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Cider with Rosie

28th September 2017

An invocation of the last warm harvest days of summer, of hay meadows, cider apples-a-plenty- and young love is captured in the beautiful interpretation of ‘Cider with Rosie’ created by the Seaford Evening Flower Club at Paradise Park. continue reading

Newhaven in Bloom Winners

22nd September 2017

Here’s Paradise Park Garden Centre’s Plant Manager Mark Curtis, presenting representatives from Ellis Gordon Court with their trophy continue reading

Garden Centre raises funds in memory of beloved staff member

21st September 2017

Tates of Sussex Garden Centres are holding their annual coffee morning on Friday 13th October, an event held simultaneously across all 3 of their garden centres. continue reading

Pumpkin Season Begins

14th September 2017

As the leaves change colour and the nights draw in, pumpkin season has begun! continue reading

Lions Charity Book Sale

13th September 2017

The recent Lions Charity Book Sale at Paradise Park Garden Centre raised £130 for local good causes. continue reading

The Sussex Chrysanthemum & Dahlia Society Early Show

13th September 2017

We had a lovely day hosting the Sussex Chrysanthemum & Dahlia Society Early Show 2017. continue reading

Great Charity Walk raises £2000!

9th September 2017

Staff from Tates of Sussex Garden Centres have completed a sponsored walk across the South Downs National Park to raise money for a local charity. continue reading

Summer Colouring competition Winners

8th September 2017

Sister duo Phoebe (age 6 ¾) and Naomi (age 3 ½) Bevins from Burgess Hill have been named the winners of the summer colouring competition at South Downs Nurseries. continue reading

Lindfield Primary Academy

5th September 2017

South Downs Nurseries stepped in to help with a nature pond area at Lindfield Primary Academy over the summer, donating insect houses, bird boxes and other supplies to the project. continue reading

Paradise Park RNLI

31st August 2017

The RNLI have been in contact to let us know that Paradise Park Garden Centre helped raise over £1,000 during Lifeboat Week, which ran from 21-26 August. continue reading