Hard work, an artisan approach and excellent natural materials is what makes Creamore’s garden products unique.
John Buckland began the business in 1981, in a former wash house, using a few tools to work on locally sourced wood.
The business grew fast and so the family moved to Creamore Mill, which use to be a corn and wool mill. The mill was in a shoddy state and needed some renovation but the Bucklands were more than up to the challenge.
Today the mill produces a wide range of garden products like the seed tray dribber and beech garden line. All the garden products are made using sustainably sourced timber and production waste is re-used and recycled.
John’s son, Sam, now shares a leading role in the business while his mother and sibling provide constant support and input .
Justin (pictured) is a long time employee of Creamore and is involved with production and design.