Weybridge Garden Centre

Situated at Crockford Bridge Pick Your Own Farm, Weybridge Garden Centre sells top-quality growing stock, gardening products and garden furniture, as well as birdcare products, floristry, houseplants and books. We have an on-site butchers as well as other concessions to include Maidenhead Aquatics and Hot Springs World (hot tubs and swimming pools). We also have a fabulous giftware and greeting card department and, at Christmas, we have an inspiring and magical display of decorations, lights and trees.


  • Baby changing facilities
  • Carry to car service
  • Coach parties welcome
  • Dogs welcome
  • Free parking
  • Free WIFI
  • Gift Vouchers
  • Home delivery service
  • Pushchair Accessible
  • Restaurant
  • Wheelchair Accessible

Contact Details

Address:  New Haw Road, Addlestone, Surrey, KT15 2BU

Tel: 01932 932 210

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Opening Times

Monday to Saturday - 9am to 6pm

Sunday - 10.30am to 4.30pm


Garden Centre Manager

Martin Lines
Martin Lines
Garden Centre Manager

Food & Drink

The Parlour at Weybridge Garden Centre

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Kipling Pâtisserie & Prose at  Weybridge Garden Centre

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