New West Woodhay Gardeners’ Fair - A Paradise for Passionate Gardeners

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West Woodhay Gardeners’ Fair is being held in Association with *The National Garden Scheme, in the elegant private gardens and country estate of West Woodhay House near Newbury in Berkshire, on 23-25 June 2017, with all proceeds being donated to charity.

The Fair, which has been masterminded by the same team who ran the successful Cottesbrooke Gardeners’ Fair in Northamptonshire for over five years, will offer passionate gardeners a treasure trove of quality plants and gardening products, direct from some of the UK and Europe’s finest plant nurseries and product makers.

In its first year, The West Woodhay Gardeners Fair has already attracted many of the UK’s top plant growers including RHS Gold Medal winning nurseries Hardy’s Cottage Plants and Tynings Climbers, Special Plants, The Botanic Nursery and Shady Plants.  

The diversity and individuality of the garden paraphernalia exhibitors at the Fair, reflects the careful selection process of the organisers, who have only selected products made with the highest quality craftsmanship.  Garden product makers include James Fuller from Home and Garden Ironwork, with his hand-made garden furniture, the Victorian Glass House Company, bespoke gates and hurdles from craftsman Dave Seabourne from Green Man Woodcrafts and from Paris, some French chic, from Ma Mouillere, with its range of designer garden over-shoes.

Entrance tickets to the Fair also give visitors an exclusive opportunity to stroll around the beautiful private gardens and estate of West Woodhay House (right), which is not generally open to the public. 

West Woodhay House has a long-held reputation for raising huge sums for charity. Over the last decade events at the estate have already raised over £250,000 for charitable causes. The aim of the Estate in 2017 is to continue this tradition by staging this new annual garden event, which raises the bar in terms of content and presentation. Once again, all proceeds from the new Fair will be distributed between five local charities and the Fair’s chosen national charity beneficiary, the National Garden Scheme (NGS).

Tickets to the Fair cost £9 each for advance online booking, or £12 each on the gate.  The Ticket price includes entry to the West Woodhay Gardens and Estate and free parking.

For further information and advance ticket bookings, which are available to book from mid-March, please visit www.westwoodhayfair.co.uk

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Posted on April 27, 2017 .