My Pension Expert has today announced its headline partnership with the Royal Horticultural Society’s (RHS) Malvern Spring Festival.
Taking place from 5th – 8th May 2022, RHS Malvern Spring Festival will make its hotly anticipated return to the national events calendar at Three Counties Showground, Worcestershire.
The show will be the greenest yet with organisers adopting sustainable practices, such as encouraging visitors to bring their own shopping bags and utilise Showground water bottle refill stations.
Festivalgoers will be able to enjoy a variety of attractions, including stunning RHS show gardens set against the backdrop of the world-famous Malvern Hills, as well as a Floral Marquee filled with the country’s finest nurseries.
Visitors will also enjoy local produce and browse in the many shopping arcades at the festival. Guests will also have the opportunity to mingle with renowned horticultural enthusiasts such as Arit Anderson and Frances Tophill, all of whom will be hosting events and demonstrations throughout the festival.
As headline partner, My Pension Expert is proud to champion regional and local talent, whilst feeding into the festival’s rich history of horticultural excellence.
Andrew Megson, executive chairman of My Pension Expert said: “RHS Malvern Spring Festival was dearly missed by locals and tourists alike in 2021. And as the UK now seems to be emerging from the eye of the Covid storm, it’s brilliant that it can make its triumphant return.”
“My Pension Expert is incredibly passionate about supporting causes that recognise and nurture local enterprises. As such, we are delighted to be at RHS Malvern Spring Festival as its headline partner, and to be celebrating the rich history of the RHS.”
Chris Eldridge, Head of Shows & Commercial at Three Counties, commented: “RHS Malvern Spring Festival is the largest seasonal horticultural event in the region, and we are exceptionally pleased to be collaborating with My Pension Expert as we work in partnership to connect our visitors with gardening and the great outdoors.”