Our garden centre has an extensive selection of goods in stock through our long-standing relationships with our able suppliers. Here is a selection and you can view all our range via the link below.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What are your the opening times?
Monday to Sunday: 10am – 4pm
*We reserve the right to amend these opening hours at short notice due to Covid-19. Please wear a face covering when visiting Shannons, and be respectful of fellow customers and staff.
What are your Covid-19 procedures?
Please do not visit us if you feel unwell. Whilst on-site, we ask everyone to respect each other and stay 2 metres apart if possible or 1 metre plus if not.
We ask all customers to wear a face covering when entering the shop and follow the one-way system.
Children are to remain beside their parent/guardian and are not allowed to be in the shop on their own.
Do you offer a delivery service?
We offer a limited local delivery service at the moment. There is a charge for delivery SE23: £10 / SE4 & SE26: £15.
Other local postcodes please call or email for details.
Do you have a car park?
Yes, we do – access is via our main entrance in Malham Road, SE23 1AH.
Is the entrance in Stanstead Road open?
No, and it will remain closed for the foreseeable future – walking access is from our front entrance is via Beadnell Road and driving is via Wastdale Road SE23 1AH
Do you sell or accept gift vouchers?
We don’t have our own gift vouchers, but we do accept and sell The HTA National Garden Gift Voucher.
Do you sell pond plants/supplies?
Sorry, we do not sell anything to do with ponds.
Can I order your products online?
No, we do not offer this service at the moment.
Do you allow dogs in the garden centre?
Yes, as long as they are on a lead and the owner has control. We have a black cat called Jacob who visits us every day and is often found walking around or sleeping in the shop so please watch out for him.
Do you provide landscaping and gardening services?
No, not anymore – we recommend you visit your local community forums and ask for recommendations.
When will Christmas trees be in stock?