Celebrating Autumn

Malvern Autumn Show, Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th September offers a day packed full of home-grown family fun. We talked to Diana Walton, Head of Shows.

What does the show offer families?

It’s a celebration of autumn with plants, celebrities, giant vegetables, entertainment and cookery workshops for everyone to enjoy.

 

What are the highlights?

No Malvern show would be complete without a giant vegetable or two and the CANNA UK National Giant Vegetable Championship is always so much fun. Visitors will be amazed by the sheer size of the entries - whether it’s pumpkins, carrots or onions, they all come in size extra large. Last year four world records were beaten including a red cabbage weighing in at a staggering 23.3kg. You can also enjoy gorgeous floral displays and buy top quality plants as nurseries go head-to-head for the last RHS flower show medals of the year.

 

What else is there to enjoy?

The World of Animals offers the chance to get up close and personal with farmyard favourites like horses and sheep and this year pig agility returns to the arena. Visit the Vintage Village where youngsters can whizz around the helter skelter, ride the ferris wheel or take a spin on the carousel in The Old Tyme Fairground whilst adults can browse the retro fashions and classic cars. Food, flower and gardening experts will also be on hand including BBC Gardener’s World presenters Carol Klein and Alys Fowler, food writer Mark Diacono and florist Jonathan Moseley.

 

Advanced tickets are now on sale, with a 10% discount for readers with code LITV18 before 14/9/18. For full details please visit malvernautumn.co.uk or call 0844 811 0050. Calls cost 7ppm plus network extras.

 

 

 

 

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