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Gift Shop

The Garden Shop has practical, fun, stylish and tasty products on offer!

Practical items range from high quality hand tools including trowls and forks, secateurs and holsters, folding saws and sharpeners, and border tools from the Hope Centre (see below) such as spades, hoes and shears, to the best gloves you can ever use!

Fun starts with flamingo-shaped watering cans, kids games tins, tongue-in-cheek signs and bird-shaped feeders.

Our stylish offerings of handmade jewellery, gorgeous scarves, leather bags and china are very tempting.

The tastiest goodies - homemade - jams, marmalade, chutneys and fruit cheese to our own cider and apple juice.

For a friend, family member or even for yourself - a purchase from the Gift Shop will remind you of Coton Manor for many years to come.


Northampton Hope Centre is a vibrant local charity with deep roots in the community of Northampton.

Hope Enterprises offers renovated tools for sale. Items are donated, stripped down, treated and finished to a high standard. Coton Manor are pleased to support the Hope Centre and indeed we use some of their tools in the gardens here.


Why not have a shed clear-out next time you visit?

Originally ‘The Soup Kitchen’; born in 1974 and dedicated to helping the local street homeless; Hope Centre has grown and developed over 40 years whilst upholding the basic principles of compassion and care for people experiencing extreme disadvantage and is entirely reliant on the local community support to keep the range of services available.

The Hope Centre provides essential help with day-to-day living, but crucially, helps people to move on in their lives, grow and develop skills, confidence, motivation and practical opportunities to participate more in society and become self-sufficient - giving people a hand-up as well as a hand-out.

Visit the Hope Centre website here.


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