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Spetchley Specialist Plant Fair
Sunday 24 April 2016, 11am-5pm.

The Spetchley Specialist Plant Fair is one of the Midlands’ recognised gardening events and this year it’s set to be the best yet.

The Plant Fair is at Spetchley Park Gardens this Sunday, 24th April, from 11am-5pm. With up to 40 stall holders offering thousands of rare and interesting garden plants for sale, including new varieties seldom offered by Garden Centres, there will be something for every garden plus Pershore College will be on hand to answer any gardening dilemmas.

Refreshments will be available on the lawn or in the newly refurbished Old Laundry Tea Room, which serves a delicious range of homemade food.

Admission also includes entry to the 30 acres of historic Gardens and free garden tours will be available throughout the day offering families a fabulous day out and a last chance to see the end of the glorious daffodil season.

The Gardens at Spetchley Park are going through one of the biggest revivals in their 400 year history. The garden lake was completely restored last autumn, the old cart sheds are being converted into a heritage learning and interpretation centre, and the park land put back to its 19th century landscape. The project, still ongoing, has cost £1.4m and has been very generously funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, Natural England and a number of other sponsors.

Admission to the Plant Fair is £5 for adults and under 16s are free.