Open Day

What an incredible day! Lots of fun was had by everybody and it was amazing to see so many people turn out to visit us. The craft tables were full, the cakes eaten and all of the bedding plants sold 😮 We can’t say how much it means for the community’s support and incredible generosity.… Continue reading Open Day

Our Logo

You will have noticed that we have updated our branding across all of our social platforms. Why? We decided to update our branding to be more inclusive and give Hattersley Projects a more refreshed and modern feel. A bit of background about the image, as a group of volunteers we looked at various different logos… Continue reading Our Logo

We’re reopening!

On Sunday 7th May, we are once again reopening our gates to our wonderful community and hope to invite everyone to join in for laughter, games, decorating and most importantly a cake and a brew. We’d love for you to join us. Here we are in the local newspaper. The new team!

Who’s ready?

Who is ready to get back in their garden? It won’t be long now until we open our doors, we are busy working to make your garden centre better than ever. Here’s a sneak peak at some of our stock…

Findel Education

We had a group of volunteers join us on Tuesday from Findel Education for their volunteer day of action. A massive thank you to Katie, Maria and Paul who worked tirelessly in the heat to make a huge difference to an area of the centre. It’s employers and people that volunteer here who make the… Continue reading Findel Education

Defibrillator donated

A defibrillator has kindly been donated to us with some fabulous work from Stacey Booth. She has done some incredible work providing 5 defibrillators within the local area. In memory of an amazing gentleman Kenny Fleming his legacy will live on perhaps saving lives with these machines as well as providing batteries when they require… Continue reading Defibrillator donated


Iain Thomas is once again featured, this time in the Manchester Evening News. Growing produce at our very own Hattersley Projects, Iain uses this to create some culinary masterpieces and if you’ve been around for one of our work parties you may have already had a taste. You can find the article here (Images: Manchester… Continue reading Featured

Work begins…

Work starts to tidy up the garden centre and fill up the compost beds. A huge turnout from the local community made the process much faster. All of the volunteers were treated to a homemade soup and bread roll.

Compost Delivery

New compost arriving on site can only mean one thing! Time to fill the beds and get ready for another year of growing. As well as having the delivery work is also still happening upgrading our plumbing from our cafe kitchen and installing new plumbing for our new toilet block. Lots happening at Hattersley Gardens.