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The Tatton Park Flower Show is the premier horticultural event in the Warrington area. The event is based around four themed zones – Inspire, Escape, Grow and Feast – and popular displays include the Galaxy Gardens, Large Gardens and Small Gardens. Children are entertained by the Winsford Education Partnership School Gardens who base a display of flowers and plants around children’s stories, whilst there is also a Great British Allotments feature for visitors who like to grow their own produce.
The Tatton Park Flower Show has been running at historic Tatton Hall since 1999 and is spread over 28 acres of the gardens at Tatton Hall. Over 500 exhibitors now attend the show and upwards of 70,000 visitors are now expected for the 4-day event. The event requires a good deal of preparation. It now takes 22 days to get the show in place and 10 days to take the show down afterwards. For visitors though the effort is worthwhile and they can enjoy some wonderful flowers and gardens in a beautiful setting. The Tatton Deli is open for the during of the Flower Show whilst for more formal dining visitors can try the Retreat Restaurant or the Garden Lounge at the Tatton Brasserie.
Norton Priory Museum and Gardens has some beautiful flowers on display in its 42 acres of grounds, along with a Georgian walled garden and a medieval style herb garden which has featured on the BBC’s Hidden Gardens show. Arley Hall and Gardens near Northwich also have some fabulous gardens with herbaceous borders, walled gardens, shrub rose collections and woodland walks with wild rhododendrons.
Walton Hall Gardens offers a great day out for families as well as being established as a popular venue for weddings and corporate events. The former home of Lord and Lady Daresbury has extensive gardens which have won green flag awards. The flower arrangements in the gardens are regularly used as a backdrop for wedding photographs. Other attractions at Walton Hall Gardens include a children’s zoo, outdoor play areas, crazy golf, bouncy castles, train and a Heritage Centre Café which serves hot and cold food throughout the day.
Flower enthusiasts might also want to try a visit to one of the nearby flower markets. The Frank Marshall markets at Chelford near Macclesfield concentrate on selling flowers on Wednesdays with bedding plants, garden sundries, shrubs, trees and potted plants all available. You can also buy cut flowers and bedding plants at the events held on Thursday afternoons and evenings.