Malvern Autumn Show 2022 at Three Counties Showground

Malvern Autumn Show 2022 at Three Counties Showground


Posted 2022-09-16 by Andy Colemanfollow

Fri 23 Sep 2022 - Sun 25 Sep 2022

Fabulous flowers, food, drink and family fun are in store for visitors to the Malvern Autumn Show , taking place at the Three Counties Showground on September 23, 24 and 25, 2022.

Set against the backdrop of Worcestershire's glorious Malvern Hills , the three-day spectacular promises to celebrate the very best of the season, from giant crops and floral art to shopping, local ciders and tasty treats.

A feast of familiar faces will be bringing their expert insights and advice. Award-winning garden designer and BBC Gardeners' World presenter Arit Anderson will be sharing her expert advice on all things horticulture across the three days, while on Friday and Saturday Adam Frost will share his passion for inspiring people of all ages to embark on their own horticultural journey. On Sunday, Frances Tophill will share her knowledge and advice on perennial planting schemes, herbs, vegetables and flowers.

Over at the Food and Drink Village, TV cook show co-host and judge, John Torode MBE, will be delighting visitors with live cookery demonstrations.

He said: "I am really excited to be welcoming in the new autumn season with a return visit to the UK's biggest Harvest Festival at the Malvern Autumn Show. The annual celebration of this vibrant season is one of my favourite regional events. Visitors can come along and catch me with some live cookery demonstrations in the Kitchen Theatre, alongside lots of local top-notch chefs and local restaurateurs."

Channel 4's Great British Bake Off finalist Chigs Parmar will be on hand to showcase the cooking skills he developed during lockdown, which earned him two star baker awards on the popular Channel 4 series. The Kitchen Theatre will be hosted by award-winning food writer and founder of Otter Farm, Mark Diacono, and will feature daily cooking demonstrations from a long list of outstanding regional chefs.

Archaeologist and presenter of BBC's Escape to the Country Jules Hudson will join fellow co-host Nicki Chapman on stage at the Garden Theatre on Sunday to reminisce about working together on the popular TV show for over a decade.
Also joining Nicki on stage at the Garden Theatre will be Reg Moule, one of Worcestershire's best loved gardening personalities and radio broadcasters. Reg received the RHS long service medal in 2014 to mark 42 years in the horticultural trade, and will be sharing the breadth of knowledge he has gathered over the years.

Jonathan Moseley , known for his expertise on BBC's The Big Allotment Challenge, will bring floral theatre to a whole new level with his effervescent displays and engaging demonstrations across the weekend.

A real highlight of the event is always the RHS Flower Show, which showcases the UK's best nurseries and growers and their spectrum of specialist blooms, as they compete for the coveted gold medal from the RHS judges. Plus, there's a chance to start planning next year's spring pots and borders, with every kind of bulb, tuber and corm for sale, alongside expert advice to help your garden flourish.

Green-fingered visitors are sure to enjoy the Grow Zone and Harvest Zone, where they will find visual floral feasts and sales, trade secrets and tips from renowned experts, and a celebration of the great British harvest highlighting the finest from the Three Counties' orchards and hopyards. Not forgetting the CANNA UK National Giant Vegetables Championship, a world of gigantic legumes and enormous fruits. Last year, four new world records were broken for the heaviest marrow, aubergine and broad bean pod, and longest leek.

Over on the Family Green, there will be lots to entertain everyone, including free have-a-go activities such as pedal tractors and circus and bushcraft skills, a mini harvest festival, and animals aplenty, from dazzling dog displays in the Top Dogs Arena to the popular World of Animals featuring giant rabbits, alpacas, horses and more. At last year's show popular attractions included giant tortoises.

Fans of nostalgia can head back in time and relive the glory days in the Vintage Village and Rural Pursuits zones, where they will find vintage machinery displays, forgotten skills and rural crafts. Plus, a traditional tearoom serving up delights from the 40s and 50s era.

Jane Edwards, Shows Manager, said: "The Malvern Autumn Show is a celebration of one of the most exciting and vibrant British seasons. We are delighted to bring back an amazing array of flowers, plants, experts, traditional skills, animals and food and drink from across our three counties – promising something for the whole family to enjoy."The show really is a plantsman's paradise, so whether you're looking for inspiration for your own garden or allotment, or simply want to soak up the beautiful blooms, the Three Counties Showground is the place to be this September."

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