Sunday 24 September 2017


Hidden Gardens & Sculpture trail returns to Rodborough

Returning to Rodborough for its third year, Hidden Gardens & Sculpture trail will feature 15 sculptors, hidden gardens, children's workshops, and book signings from best-selling author Katie Fforde.

Get ready to pick up horticultural inspiration when Rodborough’s Hidden Gardens & Sculpture trail returns for its third year this summer, with new highlights in store for the 2017 event.

Taking place in and around Church Place, Rodborough on Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 June 2017, the event will see gardeners opening their gates to members of public, including the ‘secret garden’ around Rodborough Court, which is owned by sponsors Omnitrack.

The trail will showcase the work of 17 sculptors, welcoming back Helen Lomberg, Amanda Moriarty, and Marion Mitchell; while there will also be new exhibitors including Adrian Bates, Dan Rawlings, and Sebastien David.

New for the summer of 2017, visitors can also see a sculpture exhibition created by children, while there will also be drop-in children’s workshops on the Sunday, making the event even more family friendly.

What’s more, local, best-selling author Katie Fforde will be attending the event to take part in book signings, which is sure to draw crowds of book lovers from the county.

For more information see Hidden Gardens and Sculpture at Rodborough, call 07584 046083, or visit rodboroughrealgardens.com directly.

© SoGlos
Thursday 06 April 2017

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