Rangemore, Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire, DE13 9RN
Tel: 01283 716467
Fax: 01283 716594
Byrkley Garden Centre is a garden centre with a difference. Opened in 1986, the centre has been designed by experts with the customer in mind. It has been developed extensively over the years to become a delightful day out for all the family. Byrkley Garden Centre has earned its reputation for quality of product and service.
Byrkley Garden Centre is set in a Victorian walled kitchen garden, formerly part of the country mansion, Byrkley Lodge, which was built for Hamar Bass, of brewing fame, between 1887 and 1891.
The name is derived from that of the family de Berkeley of Berkeley Castle in Gloucestershire. In the 13th century there was a hunting lodge on this site. Thomas de Berkeley was keeper of the Tutbury ward and occasionally resided here.
From Derby, take the A38 heading south towards Birmingham. Take the Burton South (Branston) exit. Turn right at the roundabout towards Tatenhill (there is a 17 tonne weight limit on this road). Stay on this road for 3-4 miles going straight over at two sets of crossroads.
From Birmingham, take the A38 heading north towards Derby. Take the Barton under Needwood exit and go through Barton. At Little India Restaurant turn right. After approx 2 miles turn left at Rangemore crossroads into our driveway.
From Stoke, M6 J15 take the A50 past Uttoxeter. Turn right at Sudbury onto A515 towards Lichfield. After steep hill in Draycott-in-the-Clay, turn left for Burton on Trent onto B5017. After 2-3 miles take the 3rd exit off island at New Inn towards Barton under Needwood. Byrkley Garden Centre is signed on the right.
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