The Garden Centre Group
Handcross (Country Gardens) Garden Centre

Colin Butler

Garden Centre Manager (holding)

Handcross started life as a poultry farm. The on-site cottage was built from 'acquired' bricks from Slaugham ruins and was used as a stable for extra horses to pull carriages up Handcross Hill. Before the Second World War, Carnations were grown on the site, but activities turned over to producing fruit and veg during the war.

Located on the A23 North bound, we are situated perfectly for customers commuting to London, Crawley, Brighton and the surrounding areas. Our brand new restaurant offers home-made, British food with plenty of outdoor and inside seating it is ideal for parties and work conferences. We offer a huge range of plants, furniture and garden essentials. Our Gardening Club is free to join and will earn you points every time you visit as well as special offers and events exclusively for our members.

Country Gardens Handcross Garden Centre is a perfect day out for all, through spring, summer, autumn and winter. From fantastic BBQs to a winter wonderland in Christmas, we look forward to seeing you!

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Contact Details

London Road
Handcross
West Sussex
RH17 6BA

Telephone:0844 288 5702
Fax:0844 288 8702
Email:Garden Centre

Map and Directions

Opening Hours

  • Monday
    9:00 am
    6:00 pm

    Tuesday
    9:00 am
    6:00 pm

    Wednesday
    9:00 am
    6:00 pm

    Thursday
    9:00 am
    6:00 pm

    Friday
    9:00 am
    6:00 pm

    Saturday
    9:00 am
    6:00 pm

    Sunday
    10:30 am
    4:30 pm

  • Monday
    9:00 am
    3:00 pm

    Tuesday
    9:00 am
    3:00 pm

    Wednesday
    9:00 am
    3:00 pm

    Thursday
    9:00 am
    3:00 pm

    Friday
    9:00 am
    3:00 pm

    Saturday
    9:00 am
    3:00 pm

    Sunday
    10:00 am
    4:30 pm

Hot food will stop being served 30 minutes before the restaurant closes