Confetti Flower Field to open for summer

SEE THE SOGLOS VIDEO - The dates have been revealed for the 10 days the Confetti Flower Field in Pershore will be open to the public, this June 2021.

Set to delight visitors once again this summer, the blooming beautiful Confetti Flower Field on the Wyke Manor Estate in nearby Worcestershire will be open for 10 days, from Friday 25 June 2021 to Sunday 4 July 2021.

The gorgeous attraction is sure to offer a stunning spectacle, with acres of delphiniums, cornflowers, wild flowers and sunflowers waiting to be explored.

Whether you’re planning on wandering among the blooms, snapping the perfect Instagram shot, or simply enjoying a romantic day out, there will be the chance to explore the colourful fields, take some pictures and soak up the sights in the summer fresh air.

Tickets cost £6.50 for adults and children over five and must be pre-booked for the Confetti Flower Field this year. Admission will be sold with a timed one-hour arrival slot throughout the day and visitors are asked to limit their stay to two hours.

The Confetti Café will be open inside the flower field and fresh flowers will be for sale, along with Confetti petals and a small range of other items. Visitors will also be able to catch a glimpse of the Confetti Flower Field’s Artist in Residence, Hayley Reynolds, who is returning to the fields with her lovely range of artwork and greeting cards.

For more information, call The Real Flower Petal Confetti Company on (01386) 555045.

By Maddy Richards


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Friday 18 June 2021

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