Friday 29 May 2020

Malvern Autumn Show

Saturday 26 to Sunday 27 September 2020

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Back for another year with an incredible line up of floral favourites, giant vegetables and an amazing family entertainment, Malvern Autumn Show will be bigger and better than ever in 2020.

Bursting with blooming plants, enormous vegetables, fantastic family fun and special guests, the marvellous Malvern Autumn Show is back on Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 September 2020 at the Three Counties Showground.

SoGlos has handpicked just some of this year’s unmissable highlights.

For more information, visit malvernautumn.co.uk.


Giant vegetables at Malvern Autumn Show 2020

You have to see it to believe it! Step inside the plant lover’s paradise at Malvern Autumn Show where visitors can discover enormous veggies on display in the CANNA UK National Giant Vegetable Championships – with some of the prizes up for grabs including world’s heaviest leek, red cabbage and bell pepper!


Harvest Pavilion at Malvern Autumn Show 2020

At the Harvest Pavilion, visitors can find some delicious produce on display. There’s the chance to get gardening and growing tips from the experts, as well as view see some spectacular plants and listen to a fascinating series of talks.


Family fun at Malvern Autumn Show 2020

Offering free tickets to under 16s, Malvern Autumn Show is a fantastic family day out. In 2019, there was the chance to let the little ones loose on pedal tractors, giant Jenga, mini golf and circus activities – all expected to return this year. In 2020, all ages are also expected to be able to meet a host of furry and scaly friends: from guinea pigs, rabbits and birds to tortoises, pigs and dogs!


RHS Flower Show at Malvern Autumn Show 2020

Get the ultimate garden inspiration at RHS Flower Show. Offering fabulous tips and advice, the RHS gardening advisers will be on-hand to answer any questions. In 2019, the Flower Show displayed a huge range of flowers, ferns, herbaceous perennials and more, and 2020 is set to be even better.


Food and drink at Malvern Autumn Show 2020

Feast your eyes and your taste buds with the tantalisingly tasty selection of artisan produce on offer at the Malvern Autumn Show – with plenty of samples available to try.

In 2019, the Malvern Gin Show opened its doors and boasted heavenly gins from across the three counties, whilst the Westons Cider Mill Cider Garden also offered alfresco foodie delights.


For more information, visit malvernautumn.co.uk.

Event:
Malvern Autumn Show 2020
Venue
Three Counties Showground, Malvern, WR13 6NW
Dates:
Saturday 26 to Sunday 27 September 2020
Times:
From 9am to 6pm
Admission:
Tickets will be on sale soon, with details to be confirmed. Under 16s are free of charge.
Telephone:
(01684) 584924

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Wednesday 27 November 2019

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