Fundraising Events

September 21 2021

rhs chelsea flower show

The world’s greatest horticultural event, the RHS Chelsea Flower Show, will this year be held in the autumn for the first time ever from Tuesday 21st September – Sunday 26th September. 

Being that this is one of the most exciting events in the gardening calendar, we will once again be attending the Show with our bright and beautiful tradestand, situated at Map Location CW313.

With vibrant planting conceptualised by award-winning garden designer and creator of Horatio’s Garden Midlands, Bunny Guinness, the stand will be full of beautiful blooms flourishing at their autumnal finest.

 

As ever, there will also be a full range of our beautifully bespoke merchandise available, including a few new arrivals exclusively designed to celebrate the return of the illustrious occasion.

Among them are a stylish wellington boot bag created by renowned leather craftsman, Bill Amberg; the charity’s striking new Christmas Card created by artist Claire Waltier MacGillivray; an eco-friendly tote bag created by artist Sarah Hough; a Honeysuckle & Tulip lap tray created by artist Katy McIntyre Brown; thoughtful notecards inspired by the charity’s volunteers created by artist Lucy Bentley; Orange & Clove Christmas candles and a pinafore apron destined to be the perfect gift for bakers and gardeners alike!

 

Our fantastic volunteers will of course be there too, not only to help you with your purchases, but to warmly welcome you and share a little more about what we do and why we do it. 

We are thrilled to be part of the triumphant return of the Show and are very much looking forward to seeing lots of you (along with a few of our favourite familiar faces!) at the event later this year.

If you are unable to attend the RHS Chelsea Flower Show this year but are looking for a unique opportunity to discover more about this year’s show, you may be interested in our exciting new event, ‘An Online Evening Behind-the-Scenes at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show’.

Please click here to find out more and to book your tickets

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