Dozens head to Kidderminster Horticultural Society event - with pictures

By Dayna Farrington | Kidderminster | Attractions | Published:

Dozens of people turned out to the 65th annual Kidderminster Horticultural Society two-day country fair and show.

Colin Costin, of Kidderminster, with 1960s Morris Minor pick-up at the Kidderminster Horticultural Society show

The event was held at the Mercure Hotel, off Habberley Road, near Bewdley, on Saturday and Sunday.

The show was formally opened by singer David Lawrence, who also performed throughout the event, as well as a dance group.

It included a floral, fruit, vegetable, wine and craft show, with prizes awarded by a panel of judges. Other attractions included pottery, garden oranments, wood carving, a children's Victorian roundabout, plant sale, gardener's question time, floral art demonstrations, birds of prey display, alpaca walking and wine tasting.

Louise Aston, from the Kidderminster Horticultural Society, said: "The show has gone very well. There been alpacas for people to walk, archery, flower arranging, wine tasting, gardener's question time – all sorts of things.

"Visitors could buy plants, all different crafts and things for your garden."

Dayna Farrington

By Dayna Farrington
Senior reporter based at Wolverhampton

Reporter for the Express & Star based at Wolverhampton.


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