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July 2019

British Ironwork Centre Plant Fair

28th July at 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
The British Ironwork Centre, Whitehall Aston
Oswestry , Shropshire SY11 4JH United Kingdom
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£1.00

The British Ironwork Centre not only boasts a working smithy and a showroom featuring the biggest choice of quality British ironware for both indoors and garden use but also the Shropshire Sculpture Park featuring a safari in ironwork that has to be seen to be believed! The venue has lots to see and explore with something for all ages, plus the bonus of a great Plant Hunters Fair to enjoy! So far our plant fairs have raised over £6000 for…

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August 2019

Donington Le Heath 1620’s House and Garden Plant Fair

4th August at 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Donington Le Heath, Manor Road, Donington Le Heath
Coalville, Leicestershire LE67 2FW United Kingdom
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£1.00

This is an unusual and exciting venue for our plant fairs in Leicestershire. The Medieval Manor House dating back to 1280, has a fascinating history and was owned by one of the Gunpowder Plotters! Donington le Heath Manor House is a surviving example of a family home built around seven hundred years ago and modernised in 1618. Surrounding the Manor House, are period gardens and woodland planted as part of the development of the National Forest. The gardens, re-created in…

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Carsington Water Plant Fair

10th August at 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Carsington Water Visitor Centre, Big Lane
Ashbourne , Derbyshire DE6 1ST United Kingdom
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Free

We are back again for 3 wonderful plant fairs here at Carsington Water which must be one of the most scenic views from any of our fairs! The fair is in front of the Carsington Water Visitor Centre - follow the brown signs from the main roads Boasting a Country Park with plenty of space for family games and picnics, and also the recently refurbished visitor centre and a brand new children's play area, Carsington is a great place for…

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Southwell Minster Gardens Plant Fair

11th August at 11:00 am to 4:00 pm
Southwell Minster Gardens, Archbishop's Palace Southwell Minster Church Street
Southwell, Nottinghamshire NG25 0HD United Kingdom
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£2.00

We are back at this historic and charming venue for a brilliant plant fair with lots of lovely plants from nurseries that rarely get to Nottinghamshire. The fair is host by the Archbishop's Palace in the Education Garden and the £2.00 entry fee is to raise funds for them. ­The Education Garden is a fantastic place to explore and discover the history of the site through living plants. The features of the enclosed garden are inspired by medieval, Tudor, Georgian…

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Bodenham Arboretum Plant Fair

31st August at 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Bodenham Arboretum, Wolverley
Kidderminster, Worcestershire DY11 5SY United Kingdom
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Free

Bodenham Arboretum is situated in the most scenic and idyllic corner of Worcestershire. We are really excited about this lovely haven of peace and tranquility as a setting for our prestigious event in the area. From the mile-long approach drive to the heart of this 156 acre arboretum the beauty of the setting just keeps on unfolding. The arboretum is a garden of trees and shrubs with over 3000 species from all over the world. There are several miles of…

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September 2019

Adwell House Rare Plant Fair

1st September at 11:00 am to 4:00 pm
Adwell House Thame, Oxfordshire OX9 7DQ United Kingdom + Google Map
£5.00

The Adwell Estate lies on ground sloping down from the Chiltern Hills. The Saxons called it Eadda's Well, and hence the name today. The garden was originally laid out by the present owner’s ancestors in the 19th Century, and over successive generations further developments have taken place. Visitors are greeted with a magnificent herbaceous border which sweeps around the drive. The Parish Church nestles within the grounds and you are led around to the walled garden, with its herbaceous borders,…

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Weston Park Plant Fair

8th September at 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Weston Park, Weston-under-Lizard
nr Shifnal , Shropshire nr Shifnal United Kingdom
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£2.50

Weston is an award winning stately home set in 1000 acres of "Capability" Brown parkland much of it wooded and planted with spring bulbs, bluebells, azaleas and rhododendrons. The fair will be held on The Dairy Green, close to the house with the Stables Coffee Bar close on hand. There is also a great adventure playground for children plus a selection of outdoor games in the courtyard. The miniature railway will also be running (additional charge). The Deli and Cafe…

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The Bishop’s Palace Rare Plant Fair

8th September at 10:00 am to 4:30 pm
Bishop’s Palace Wells, Somerset BA5 2PD United Kingdom + Google Map
£6.00

Building on the success of our popular Spring Fair at The Bishop's Palace, we return in September for our Autumn Fair. Since development of the gardens started in 2005 the borders have been planted with season long interest in mind. Many of the roses are repeat flowering and the cross section of planting means most of the borders are full of interest from May until the first frosts. In September the large Bishops Dahlia collection will be at its best…

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Newton Le Willows Gardeners Association Flower & Vegetable Show

10th September at 2:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Penkford School, Wharf Road, Newton-le-Willows, St.Helens, Merseyside
St.Helens, Merseyside WA12 9XZ United Kingdom
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Free

Competitive classes for flowers, vegetables, fruit, pot plants, art, photography, baking, jam, jelly, chutney and also classes for children. Stalls selling plants, a tombola and a raffle. Parking free.

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Llanover House Rare Plant Fair Nr Abergavenny

22nd September at 11:00 am to 4:00 pm
Llanover House, Llanover
nr Abergavenny , Monmouthshire NP7 9EF United Kingdom
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£5.00

A 15-acre listed garden and arboretum with lakes, streams and cascades, created by the Rhyd y Meirch stream as it flows through the garden. Unusual trees including several national champions, shrubs and flowers have been planted since 1790. It is likely that the landscaping trends of Capability Brown influenced the owners in the late 18th Century, as seen by plantings of stately London plane trees and beech which to this day, cast their shadows on the lawns and parkland. The…

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