Garden fair breaks records!
The sixth annual Bishop’s Waltham Garden
Fair broke all records raising well over £10,000 for St John
Garden party atmosphere
Thousands of people flocked to the Palace
Ruins where the sun shone all day long and there were more than 80
Hilliers Director Andy McIndoe was on hand
to provide gardening advice – and there was a steady stream of
It was a lovely day and the weather was wonderful. I would like to thank everyone for coming along to support us
Chairman, Bishop's Waltham Garden Fair
Organiser Joan Ferrer said: 'It was a lovely
day and the weather was wonderful. I would like to thank
everyone for coming along to support us and look forward to seeing
them all again on Sunday 2 May 2010!'
The garden fair has become a major event in
the annual calendar and provides a 'garden party' atmosphere for
Music was once again provided by Cuff
Billett’s New Europa Jazz Band, who strolled around the grounds in
stripy blazers and boater hats.
This year, Andy McIndoe judged the stands.
The best garden stall was Butterfly Plants, from Cheriton, and the
best non-garden stall was Hawthorn Interiors, from Bishop’s