Botany Bay are proud to be teaming up with Chorley Council to deliver the award-winning Chorley Flower Show for the third time in a row.
Thousands of people enjoyed dazzling displays and a host of horticultural entertainment at the second ever show last year, which won the ‘Tourism Event Award’ in the prestigious Lancashire Tourism Awards. As people start snapping up tickets for the showcase event we can reveal that Botany Bay will once again be the main sponsor.
The two-day event, held on 30 and 31 July in Astley Park, will include:
· A professional exhibitors’ marquee featuring gold-medal winning entrants from some of the country’s biggest shows
· Stunning show gardens including Chorley’s award-winning RHS Chelsea Flower Show exhibit ‘The Evaders’ Garden’,
· Regional competitions for two of the country’s most high profile societies – the National Sweet Pea Society and the Rose Society UK
· Meet celebrity gardeners Carol Klein and Chris Beardshaw who will be answering your questions
· Horticultural trade stands offering the best quality in garden products
· An amateur marquee incorporating flower and pot plant classes and floral art
· Take a tour of the historic Astley Hall, which will be decked out with floral decorations
Michelle Scott, our Marketing Manager, said: “We are delighted to be sponsoring the event again this year and with the calibre of attractions at this year’s show it makes a great day out for anyone.
There will be plenty of entertainment in the showground and there will be a section of the show for children with fun activities and fairground rides – it is a day out that all generations of the family can enjoy together. If you’re travelling by car you can use the free park and ride from Botany Bay and spend time with us too.”
Tickets are now on sale priced £7 adults (£9 on the gate), £1.50 children (£2 on the gate), £15 for a family ticket (£20 on the gate).
If you’d like more information visit http://www.chorleyflowershow.com, to buy tickets please visit the Garden Centre till point on the ground floor of Botany Bay.