About us

After over 50 years trading as a Hardware shop on Sinclair Street, the store has now expanded into a "wee bit more space" out the back in what used to be Arnold Clark's garage.  This extension has allowed existing ranges to be expanded and added to: Garden Furniture, Growth Technology, Garden Tools, Garden Storage, a huge range of Exterior and Interior Pots and Houseplants, and an extensive selection of high quality Interior Furniture. Our Garden Centre Yard now stocks a wide range of Annuals, Perennials, Trees, Shrubs, Fruit, Veg and Herbs. Plus, you'll find an attractive range of Aggregates, Patio slabs, Tree stakes, Trellis and Fencing. And always at the best prices that Wright's Home Hardware is well known for. We now also Accept Argyll Loves Local Gift Cards. Plus we will do the heavy lifting for you: Free Delivery (£40 Spend) and our ever popular Loyalty Card Scheme means you get even better discounts! 


At Wright's Garden Centre Helensburgh we offer the following services:

Local Home Delivery

We offer a FREE local home delivery service when you spend £40 or more in-store! £4.95 under the £40 spend.

Free Car Parking

We have free car parking available for our customers

Argyll & Bute Loves Local Gift Card

We accept the Argyll & Bute Loves Local Gift Card

Gift Vouchers

We have £10 & £20 gift vouchers available in-store

Special Order Service

We just love to help, if there is something you are looking for and we don't stock it, please ask and we will try our hardest to get it for you.

Loyalty Discount Card

Shop local and save money with our loyalty card! Collect a stamp each time you shop and get 10% off with your 5th stamp. T&Cs apply. Ask in-store for more details

Opening Times

  • Monday 09:00 - 17:30
  • Tuesday 09:00 - 17:30
  • Wednesday 09:00 - 17:30
  • Thursday 09:00 - 17:30
  • Friday 09:00 - 17:30
  • Saturday 09:00 - 17:30
  • Sunday 10:00 - 17:00


15-29 East Clyde Street, Helensburgh, G84 7NY

The Scotland Loves Local campaign is a national initiative designed to encourage all those who live in Scotland to think local first and support their high streets. 

Our small businesses, whether a pub, cafe, tailor, butcher or a grocery shop, are the lifeblood of our Scottish economy. They take risks each and every day to create jobs and prosperity to maintain our way of life. 

Whether it’s a book, or a pint of milk, a night out and a meal, a bedside table or some garden furniture, we’re asking you to take care and think local first.


"The extension onto the shop is very extensive and has some lovely furniture and homewares on display. The Christmas decorations were plentiful and beautiful some of them more unusual than normal. A section of the shop for stationery and sundry items is worth a look and an outdoor gardening area is well stocked. All the usual hardware products still available also. A gem of a shop."

"One of the largest selection of Garden Equipment Furniture and a massive selection of very healthy plants pitted hanging or multi buy bought for my decking pots they are best I've had in years well worth a visit for every type of gardner."

"First time in since the new garden centre opened. It has allowed them to greatly expand the business and offer a larger variety of stock!"

A World of Gardening

The gardening categories that used to be on the Sinclair St side of the premises have moved next door and expanded just a wee bit. You can still expect the wealth of experience if you're buying a lawnmower or a houseplant. The team and will be very happy to organise Local Deliveries or even Gift Wrap presents. No job is too big or too small!

Original Wrights Prestwick store front

The History of Wrights:
100% home grown in Scotland

Our 1st shop, in Prestwick, was purchased by William Wright, a retired Marine Engineer and native of Glasgow, in 1947. The same year, down at the seafront in Prestwick, Jim Ferguson was born and 15 years later he found himself working for Mr Wright after school. Jim fell in love with the trade and jumped at the chance to buy the business in 1969, aged just 22. He respected what Mr Wright had taught him so much that he kept his mentor’s business name. From that point on Jim worked tirelessly to help independent hardware shops survive and thrive, building up a network of 10 local stores. He was one of the founding members of Home Hardware (Scotland) Ltd in 1983, a buying group that has gone on to become a thriving Ardrossan-based distribution hub, to over 40 family run businesses throughout Scotland and the north of England. Since Jim’s untimely death in 2018, the Ferguson family continue to run the business blending traditional High St values with modern approaches. We strive to support local communities and High Streets from Forres in the north to Hawick in the South. Love Local Today and help your community to thrive!

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