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Harehatch Sheeplands Garden Centre
London Road
RG10 9HW
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Come and visit us at the lovely Harehatch Sheepland Garden Centre near Reading. Opposite is a lovely cafe serving fresh food all day. We sell a range of affordable antiques, collectables and objects for the home priced from just one pound a few hundred. We are popular with the trade and public alike. Open daily 10am-5pm (10:30-4-30 Sunday)

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