Lichfield’s Home and Garden Festival is back for its third year with more floral celebration in association with the Gold Medal winning Blooming Lichfield, Lichfield BID, Lichfield District Council and Lichfield Chamber of Trade & Commerce and it takes place across the beautiful Lichfield city centre in the county of Staffordshire.
The free entry event will have plenty of experts to help with gardening matters and lots of activities for the public to get involved in. Brought to you by Cocker Hoop Creative, the market will run along the city centre streets and throughout Three Spires Shopping Centre.
As well as the experts, RSPB, some of the city’s local businesses will also be joining in, offering demonstrations & masterclasses including hanging basket demos, planting, furniture painting and lampshade making demos. A selection of food and drink stalls will be there also to tickle the visitor’s taste buds.
The market runs from 9am to 5pm on Saturday and from 10am to 4.00pm on Sunday.
All main demos will run from 10am until 4pm each day.
Abercarvings will be wowing the crowds with their chainsaw carving demonstrations.
There will be a chance for families to be involved in bird box building. Woodhouse Community Farm will also be doing a talk on Community Supported Agriculture & pruning demos.
Rapture rescue will be displaying their beautiful Owls and you may get
a chance to hold one! And plenty of gardening demonstrations too.
Free demonstrations are running on the hour at Minster Pool
While you’re in the City make sure that you walk up to Lichfield Cathedral and visit the stunning Consequence of War Exhibition featuring artwork and exhibits from renowned artists such as Henry Moore, Paul Nash & Graham Sutherland.
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