Saturday 28 to Sunday 29 September 2019Editor's Choice
Bursting with blooming brilliant plants, enormous vegetables, fantastic family fun and special guests, Malvern Autumn Show is back on Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 September 2019 at Royal Three Counties Showground.
With so many unmissable highlights, SoGlos has rounded up the top picks of things to do below.
To book tickets, head to malvernautumn.co.uk directly.
Step inside a plant lover’s paradise at Malvern Autumn Show where visitors can coo over the enormous vegetables in the CANNA UK National Giant Vegetable Championships, which last year saw some record-breaking vegetables.
Inside the Grow Zone, there'll be some breathtakingly beautiful floral displays. Whereas the RHS Flower Show will provide plenty of inspiration to green-fingered gardeners.
With some of the best growers around, visitors can also stock up on bulbs and plants or take a seat at the Potager Theatre to pick up some handy hints and tips for the garden.
Offering free tickets to under 16s for the first time, Malvern Autumn Show is so much more than plants and flowers.
Kids can race around on pedal tractors, have a go at giant Jenga, aim for a hole-in-one with mini golf and try out their circus skills. As well as that, there’s den building, bushcraft, fire lighting and traditional fairground rides available.
Meet a host of furry friends in the World of Animals area, where there will be everything from guinea pigs, rabbits and birds to tortoises, pigs and dogs.
Feast your eyes and your taste buds with the tantalisingly tasty selection of artisan produce on offer – with plenty of samples available to try.
New for 2019, the Malvern Gin Show will boast heavenly gins from across the three counties, whilst the Westons Cider Mill Cider Garden will be bigger than before, with seating and foodie delights on offer.
If that’s not enough, there will be lots of delicious harvest produce on display, with the Festival of Perry and Apple and Pear Show offering up delicious fruit and juices.
Adding to the weekend’s highlights, special guests Carol Klein, Alys Fowler and Jean-Christophe Novelli are just some of the famous faces visitors can see at the show.
Also a must-visit during the show is the Vintage Village with its charming vintage tearoom, wartime pub and the chance to learn about traditional forestry skills.
To read the full Malvern Autumn Show programme and book tickets, visit malvernautumn.co.uk directly.
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