The Malvern Showground PDF Print E-mail

Nestling beneath Worcestershire’s magnificent Malvern Hills, in an area of outstanding natural beauty, The Showground - home to the Three Counties Agricultural Society - is the perfect venue for a whole host of business and leisure events.

The hills provide a stunning backdrop for three fabulous annual shows - each of them promising a truly memorable day out.
RHS Malvern Spring Show - 11-14 May 2017
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This inspirational and nationally acclaimed show, organized in conjunction with the Royal Horticultural Society, is the prelude to the gardening year and boasts one of the largest floral marquees in the country! Professional plantsman or weekend gardener, this spacious, all-weather paradise has something for everyone, including beautiful Show Gardens - one from top designer, Chris Beardshaw - plant pavilions, floral art, garden gadgetry, food, wine and crafts.  The Interactive Design Theatre, was a great success last year and will again be hosted by television gardeners, Joe Swift and James Alexander-Sinclair.  A wealth of gardening secrets and amusing tales and anecdotes are sure to be revealed as they talk to nurserymen and women from all over the country about their struggles to achieve plant perfection. 
Royal Three Counties Show - 16-18 June 2017
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The Three Counties Show has been entertaining the general public since the 1920s with a diversity of attractions to suit all interests. Britain’s finest pedigree livestock, including rare breeds, will be exhibited, together with a whole host of country pursuits, rural skills and pastimes, delicious regional food and wine, Main Arena attractions, and top class equestrian competitions.The Legends concert with look-alike and sound-alike performers returns for another year, as does the popular Grass Track Racing.
Malvern Autumn Show - 24-25 September 2016
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Billed as the perfect end to the gardening year, and a great day out for all the family, the Malvern Autumn Show attracts in excess of 60,000 visitors each year. It is a truly delicious feast of country life, with flowers, fruit and vegetables, exquisite crafts and traditional fare, countryside pursuits and quality shopping. It’s the last chance of the season to see the spectacular Royal Horticultural Society Flower Show, and the Harvest Pavilion is the domain of the amateur growers with classes for carnations, fuchsias, gladiolus and roses. The Cookery Theatre features local chefs cooking with British and local produce, and the Show is the perfect place for a spot of early Christmas shopping.