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The Garden Show at Loseley Park

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Loseley Park
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Event begins: 28th July 2017
The Garden Show at Loseley Park ends on 30th July 2017
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Latest review - a fantastic show as ever with some nice new touches to the theme. a nice day ...More

The Garden Show is held on the lawns in front of beautiful Loseley House with a fantastic range of specialist nurseries; garden designers and suppliers; artists; sellers of wonderful gifts and the best country foods.

'The Great Gardening Show' of the past has been rejuvenated and recreated as The Garden Show at Loseley Park. A great day out with plenty of opportunity to relax and explore the walled gardens and house.

With plenty of entertainment on site for the whole family everyone can enjoy a day out: puppet shows, juggling, craft activities, all the fun of the fair with bouncy castles and children's activities along with live music. Life continues to be good in the garden!

Telephone: 01243 538456

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