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Celebrity Spotting at RHS Malvern Spring Festival May 9-12

The RHS Malvern Spring Festival is the largest RHS show outside London and the first major RHS show of the year.

The family-friendly event includes expert advice, inspirational displays, award-winning show gardens, and some of the best shopping, food and drink around.

A star-studded line-up of gardening and food heroes will be guest experts at the 2019 RHS Malvern Spring Festival.

Green-fingered DJ Jo Whiley, a first time guest at the festival, in the week she launches her new BBC Radio 2 show. She will be talking openly about her love of gardening and music during the festival at Three Counties Showground.

Cooking up a storm will be celebrity chef Raymond Blanc while Masterchef host John Torode will be back for his second visit.

The fresh young face of gardening Frances Tophill is an exciting new addition to the show this year as she creates a stir in the world of horticul

Gardeners’ World favourite Monty Don is returning with some of his famous co-presenters from the hit BBC show including Joe Swift and plantswoman par-excellence Carol Klein.

Monty, always a hit with the crowds at Malvern, has described the event as his “local show” branding the setting as the most beautiful part of the country.

Other well-known faces include TV presenter Chris Beardshaw, The Big Allotment Challenge’s Jonathan Moseley and leading plantswoman and author Sarah Raven.

The line up of experts and visitor experiences gives RHS Malvern Spring Festival its own unique character. A varied day out to celebrate the finest in gardening and food, purchase from some of the leading lifestyle brands.

RHS Malvern Spring Festival, sponsored by UK short breaks experts Great Little Breaks, runs from May 9-12 with top show garden designers, award-winning exhibitors and world-class nurseries already lined up to take part.

Seen by many as the official start of spring, the festival attracts more than 100,000 people annually.
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