Hemingford Abbots Flower Festvial

Venue: In addition to the festival in the church access to over 20 open gardens PE28
A fantastic floral display in the church and access to over 20 gardens are at the heart of the event. This event is non-commercial and proceeds go towards the conservation and repair of the church.

Gardens are starting to spring into life and so are the residents of Hemingford Abbots who are already working hard organising this year’s Flower Festival.

Nestled on the banks of the River Great Ouse, Hemingford Abbots is one of the most famously picturesque villages in East Anglia.  Featuring chocolate box thatched cottages this idyllic location will soon be welcoming visitors from far and wide.

A fantastic floral display in the church developed by the local Flower Guild is at the heart of the event – the theme for this Festival is “And God Planted a Garden Eastward in Eden”.

There are over 20 open gardens to be enjoyed by visitors along with cream teas, brass bands, classic cars, boat trips and vintage cycles.

Cost and booking:

£8 per day £13 per weekend per person. Under 16s free and free carparking   

Contact details:

Pam Bartlett - 07919 573001 - email pam.bartlett@me.com

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