Hopkins Gardens

Hopkins Gardens


Floral garden with benches to relax on.

Hopkins Gardens

Hopkins Garden is floral garden built by Morley’s first Town Clerk in the 20th century.

It’s a place to sit and unwind in charming surroundings.

Location Details

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Things to Note

Hopkins Gardens has the following on-site or nearby:

  • Disabled Access
  • Dog Waste Bins
  • Nearby Food & Drink
  • Nearby Parking
  • Nearby Shops
  • Nearby Toilets
  • Pushchair Access
  • Rubbish Bins
  • Wheelchair Access


Hopkins Garden is adjoined to Scatcherd Park in the large suburb town of Morley, located 5-miles from the centre of Leeds.

Things to Do


In spring the Hopkins garden includes daffodils, perennial shrubs and even wild mushrooms. It’s a great place to come for a sit down and a break if you’re in the park or close by.

If you look closely for the yellow flower bed in season, this is the exact point of the original Morley House, home to the Scatcherd family from the 17th century onwards.


The paved walking paths around the gardens are a great circuit to power walk or go for a leisurely stroll. A full circular lap with clock 0.3 of a kilometre; you can add more distance by using the connecting paths between the centre point and edges of the garden.

Unwind and Relax

On one of the many benches placed around the edge of the garden. Enjoy the beautiful scenery and take some time for yourself.

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Scatcherd Park was owned by the Scatcherd family; the park originated following the declaration from the family that all of Morley could enjoy this green space. In recent times Morley Leisure Centre was built on the edge of the park land.

Hopkins Garden was built within Scatcherd Park. It was a gift from Morley’s first Town Clerk – Mr. R. Borrough Hopkins – built between 1936-39. This development was made in the spirit of giving back to the people of Morley.


Hopkins Garden is a fully accessible space. There are dog waste and rubbish bins on the garden pathways.

The nearest toilet is at Morrisons over the road.

Food and Drink

Lime Tree Bistro, a Turkish eatery, is located next door to the gardens. Pop in to this friendly family run establishment for breakfast, lunch or dinner.


Park for free on the residential street of Queen’s Promenade, postcode: LS27 8EE (Google Map Directions)


Hopkins Garden is completely accessible for a wheelchair or pushchair user.

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