Henbury Hall is running its popular Plant Hunter's Fair again on Sun 17th September from 10am to 5pm.
A variety of specialist nurseries will be selling quality plants and dispensing valuable advice to the amateur and keen gardener alike.
Our Tea Room will be serving home-made refreshments and a selection of Henbury produce including preserves.
Admission: Fair, gardens & grounds £2.50 . Children free. Well-behaved dogs on a lead welcome.
PLEASE NOTE: DUE TO UNEVEN TERRAIN IN CERTAIN AREAS, THE GARDENS ARE REGRETTABLY UNSUITABLE FOR THOSE WITH MOBILITY ISSUES.
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