Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall will be opening the second Food and Plant Fair in Horatio’s Garden. Open from 11am-3pm, the fair will feature around fifty stalls championing some of the finest products of the local area, including hot and cold food, plants, garden paraphernalia and crafts.
Visitors can enjoy lunch of locally-sourced burgers, homemade paella, Thai cuisine, stone baked pizzas and salads. Come for tea with homemade cakes and shop to support Horatio’s Garden.
There will be a great range of food stalls to tempt you. Stock up the larder from the range of delicious cheeses and chutneys, cakes and biscuits, breads, honey, oils and dressings that will be on offer.
Many of the plants chosen by Cleve West for Horatio’s Garden will be on sale and the gardening team will be on hand to give advice. Toria Britten from Flowers from the Plot will be giving a flower arranging demonstration.
There will be some beautiful ceramics for sale from Stonehenge Pottery and Plaxy Pots, craft kits from the World of Willow and Matt Belfrage will be selling his handmade wooden furniture and trugs.
Mark Coreth’s stunning Stag and Doe sculptures will be on exhibition.
Free entry for all. We’re sorry not to be able to welcome dogs to this event.
To see pictures of last year’s fair, please visit the gallery
A list of this year’s stalls can be downloaded here.