~About GreyM ~

Stonyhurst College, Hurst Green.

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GreyM source as well as make and create various items of decorative interest for the discerning home owner who is searching for something a little out of the ordinary to add that 'Special Something'. Unusual antiques, furniture and Vintage items always available for collection or delivery.


Based in the beautiful village of Hurst Green in the heart of the Ribble Valley we are fortunate enough to be not only in an area of outstanding natural beauty, but also situated in an increasingly important area of the North West of England for Artisans and Creatives who are looking to work in an Eco-friendly way.

With items that up until recently would have been disregarded or discarded, furniture, clothes and many other items are now getting a new lease of life from Recyclers, Skilled Crafts People, Artists and Artisans of which there are now many particularly around the towns of Clitheroe, Barrowford and Whalley along with other nearby villages. 

If you haven't visited the Ribble Valley then you are missing out on the profusion of small independent retailers, renowned food and hospitality, along with amazing walks and scenery.

A selection of walks with accompanying maps and photos around the Hurst Green area.

Curtesy of James' Places & The Shireburn Arms.


The Ribble Valley is a food lovers paradise with so many traditional pubs such as The Aspinall Arms, The Red Pump, the Waddington Arms, The Coach and Horses, The Spead Eagle, and The Bowland Brewery to name just a few, all producing fabulous quality cooking using locally sourced produce, and if you are looking for fine dinning then you need look no further than the Michelin starred restaurants of Northcote in Langho, The Freemasons at Wiswell (pronounced Wizel) and The White Swan at Fence.

The Ribble Valley is also a walkers paradise, designated as an Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty you cannot fail to be impressed by the scenery and panoramic views from Pendle hill with all it's history through to the Trough of Bowland and it's forest, Longridge fells, the three rivers - the Ribble, the Calder and the Hodder that meander their way through the area together with all the abundant wildlife that inhabits the area. Put together this is a 'must visit' part of England that all nature lovers have to visit to appreciate.


This is a rural part of the Lancashire countryside but even so the Ribble Valley is just a short drive drive North from the M65 and similarly from the Preston Junction of the M6. Manchester is only 45 minutes away by car or rail.

Remember ~ we are here if you need help with some inspiration for your own interior or just require some advice or fresh ideas. Feel free to contact us to have a chat about the items you like or just for some ideas about visiting the area.