Hope Valley Garden Centre

 

Hope Valley Garden Centre was established in 1947 by Clifford Proctor and is one of the oldest garden centers in the country. Emma Proctor, daughter of Clifford and her friendly staff are what gives the garden centre its charm and individuality and you are guaranteed a warm welcome. Being situated in the Peak District, it provides the ideal surroundings to browse and shop at  your leisure .

The spacious car park has disabled bays and good access for wheelchair users with continual upgrading of hardstanding throughout the site.   .

Our site is also home to a number of independent small businesses including the Taste Buds Café, with Sue and her team providing tasty temptations along with a welcoming atmosphere.

For the more adventurous  there’s the opportunity to hire a bike from James at the Bike Garage and explore local trails/cycleways with maps & advice all provided.

The Adventure Hub run by Pure Outdoor Ltd provides a meeting and training point for,(amongst  other activities), walkers, backpackers, cavers & climbers boasting a challenging indoor wall that can be hired privately if required. Guy, a co-owner & instructor has climbed with several celebrities in the course of his career & has photos to prove it!!

David & Charlotte at Valley Tool Hire are on hand for all DIY advice. With a fully stocked shop, they provide tool & plant hire at competitive rates with servicing/spares/repairs on machinery including chainsaws, mowers etc.

Matt at Greenstone and ivy is running  an upcoming vibrant business offing stone masonry and gifts from from planing your garden wall or bespoke bird bath.

inspect and purchase from a range of garden buildings and sheds; or even to call in at the pottery studio or create place .

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Accessibility

Our site is easily accessible by car or coach and we have plenty of parking for our customers.

For those who do not wish to drive, the garden centre is a 5 minute walk from Bamford station which is on the direct rail line linking Sheffield and Manchester.
There is a bus stop outside the gates for services to Sheffield and Bakewell.