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BBC GARDENERS’ WORLD AUTUMN FAIR

The new BBC Gardeners' World Autumn Fair We're delighted that the first-ever BBC Gardeners' World Autumn Fair will be taking place at Audley End House and Gardens from 2 - 4 September and tickets are now on sale! Join us for an inspirational day out with seasonal garden advice, plants to buy, shopping, know-how from your favourite gardening experts, BBC Good Food Market and live entertainment.

  • 2nd September 2022 - 4th September 2022
  • 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

The new BBC Gardeners’ World Autumn Fair

We’re delighted that the first-ever BBC Gardeners’ World Autumn Fair will be taking place at Audley End House and Gardens from 2 – 4 September and tickets are now on sale!

Join us for an inspirational day out with seasonal garden advice, plants to buy, shopping, know-how from your favourite gardening experts, BBC Good Food Market and live entertainment.

Ten reasons to make a date with the Autumn Fair

1. See a line-up of special guests including Adam Frost (Friday), Arit Anderson (Saturday) and Joe Swift (Sunday). Plus Plants Of the World sessions with Stage sponsor Regent Seven Seas Cruises.
2. Tickets include access to Audley End House & Gardens  Whether you’re exploring the servant’s wing, state rooms, stables, kitchen garden or beautiful grounds, you’ll discover what life was like at a Victorian country house.
3. Discover a wealth of heritage vegetables plants in the Garden Organic Potager Garden with tips and advice from the team.
4. Book into a Plant Expert Tour of Audley End’s impressive kitchen garden
5. Enjoy ‘In Conversation’ style talks hosted by the BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine editors
6. Get design and landscaping ideas in a collection of competition gardens created by the APL’s WorldSkills professionals.
7. Be inspired by what can be achieved in even a small space, in the Beautiful Borders.
8. Plenty of exhibitors and nurseries with a wide variety to shop from.
9. Toe-tapping live entertainment from the Bandstand.
10. Shop for tasty treats at the BBC Good Food Market

Book tickets now!

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Did you know?

First World War poet Rupert Brooke studied at King’s College, Cambridge, and spent time living in Grantchester. He was so enamoured with the Cambridgeshire village he penned one of his most famous works, The Old Vicarage, about his home there.