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Events are Back at Three Counties!

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23rd July 2020

Three brand new exciting events are planned at the Three Counties Showground, Malvern  following the Government’s announcement that live outdoor events are allowed to take place.

Following modifications and improvements to the grounds, and with the showground’s Visit England’s seal of approval that they are ‘Good to Go’, the Three Counties Agricultural Society has a great line up of events for you to come and enjoy over next few months.

First up is Showground Saturday taking place on Saturday 25th July. Head of Shows Diana Walton commented ‘It’s a day of summertime fun and freedom, a chance to enjoy the vast open space on the showground at the foot of the Malvern Hills. Visitors may like to bring a family picnic and games or explore the 100 acre of grounds - perfect for dog walking. There’ll be a fun dog show plus small open air Market, selling locally sourced produce, plants and crafts. A range of takeaway hot and cold drinks and snacks will also be available to purchase’ Tickets at £5.00 per car.

A world of flavours will be coming together during a day-long open air celebration at the Three Counties Food & Drink Feast on August 22 is the second brand new event. The day promises to be a treat for everybody’s taste buds, showcasing and supporting those producing the best of local produce and globally-inspired street food with over 120 stands set throughout the spacious showground. There’ll be plenty of opportunities for all to relax and enjoy tasty treats and some toe-tapping live music against the backdrop of the Malvern Hills. 

The Malvern Plant & Garden Fair on 12th & 13th September is a great opportunity for plant lovers and gardeners to attend the best Autumn plants sale in the country. Diana added ‘Our regular visitors will have the opportunity to stock up with their plant fixes from their favourite specialist nursery growers, it’s the last chance of the season and a perfect opportunity to buy bulbs and start planning Spring projects’ With over 50 nurseries expected and a further 120 garden sundries, crafts and food trade stands not to mention everyone’s favourite Jonathan Moseley’s workshops, it’s going to be a jam packed weekend not to be missed.