The theme for this year’s festival is ‘Growing the Future, the revolution starts here’ and the event will showcase ways in which we can take action for the environment, inspiring creativity and change.
The gardens and meadows of Hellens Manor, set in glorious Herefordshire countryside, will be filled with practical and creative demonstrations, exquisite flowers and plants, skilled artists and craftspeople, delicious local food and drink, live music, sculpture and much more.
The Festival program includes informative and engaging talks, including ‘HGF Gardeners’ Question Time’ and a ‘Grow your Own’ forum with BBC allotment guru Terry Walton. This year showcases a new ‘pollinators corner’, with insect inspired workshops and a host of nature play activities and actions for wildlife.
All profits from the event are donated to St Michaels Hospice and Back to the Wild CIC.
Admission / Ticket Information
Tickets bookable from 1st April through the website.
ENTRY PRICES Adult £9 Child £2.50 Please book tickets for the festival in advance.
ON THE DAY PRICE £10/£2.50 If tickets available.
We have designated accessible parking areas. Some of the site is accessible to adults and children who use a wheelchair or have limited mobility when walking. Some outdoor areas can be muddy and there are gravel surfaces by the Manor House. There are uneven surfaces, so care is needed.
The Great Barn, Georgian Stables and Haywain have fully accessible facilities. There is level access to parts of the garden. The Manor house is not suitable for wheelchair users.
Directions & Parking