12 July 2018 By Tash Ellens
For the horticultural world, summer can be a very busy time, especially with world famous prestigious flower shows and country garden fairs. For our next venture, we look forward to returning to The Game Fair in collaboration with Gaze Burvill outdoor furniture and David Harber sculptures. We will be showcasing our traditional panel based greenhouse in 'The Perfect Garden' designed by Sarah Naybour to celebrate English heritage and great British brands.
If you've not been before, it's worth considering a trip to The Game Fair, hosted at Ragley Hall Warwickshire from Friday 27 - Sunday 29 July. Now in its 60th year, this incredible event is an annual gathering of people passionate about countryside pursuits and celebrates the English countryside in all its glory. There are many things to see and do at the show, from fishing, ferreting, falconry to Shetland pony racing and fabulous food.
James Martin will be hosting The Game Fayre Restaurant, a deli-style experience exploiting the distinct and delicious ingredients sourced locally. James will be there, mingling with diners and sharing his passion for the great outdoors. On Friday and Saturday you can enjoy evenings filled with live music presented by Ronnie Scott's, and join in the celebrations for the shows 60th anniversary.
Located by the Main Arena, stand H967, Sarah Naybour has created an elegant and timeless English country garden to host individual elements from Alitex, David Harber and Gaze Burvill. Visitors to the stand will be able to fully immerse themselves in the serene and authentic English garden setting.
Visit The Game Fair website for more details; find out what's on, who'll be there and book your tickets.