The RHS Flower Show did not hold last year due to the Covid virus, but barring any changes to restriction guidelines, the Show will hold this year. Organizers at the RHS have picked the 21st -25th of July as the days for the event. There will be social distancing measures put in place. For example, gardening will be done in smaller spaces. There will also be an online event and a special competition category for local growers.
Here is an overview of what to expect at this year’s Flower Show in Tatton Park
A 5-day event
The popular 5-day event celebrating horticultural talent and innovation will hold in Cheshire, Tatton Park, from July 21-25. Like in previous years, visitors will get to see different flower arrangements by competitors competing for different price categories. There will also be an area for gardening merchandise and plant formations in outside spaces.
The Councillor of Cheshire East Council, Nick Mannion, reiterated the council’s desire to partner with the RHS to hold the event this year. To this end, the following information below will guide visitors planning to visit Cheshire for the event.
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Ticket Price and Access
Tickets will sell for £1 with a 75p service fee. All visitors will have to show a valid ID card to gain access alongside their ticket details. Visitors with IDs that do not match their tickets will not be allowed in. Serving RHS members can enter using their membership cards as a means of identification.
Individuals who bought tickets but will not attend the event for one reason or another can refer to the RHS’ Fair Exchange and Resale Policy. Those in need of concessions must request the same at the point of booking. The RHS will not issue concessions retrospectively. Furthermore, any attempt to resell a ticket through any other means or medium other than the RHS’s website will lead to a ticket violation.
A paying adult can bring along two children under the age of 16 without buying them tickets. Discounts are also available for groups of 20. If you want to visit with your pet dog, you can do so with conditions. Dogs must be kept on a leash and are not permitted into indoor dining areas. Pet lovers should also clean up after their dogs by dumping the waste in bins meant for such a purpose. There is a special consideration for disabled persons who may apply for bookings by calling 0800 640 5001. Others can make bookings by calling 0344 338 7501.
BBC will be a broadcast Partner
The 2021 Show will air live on BBC Radio Gardens. The BBC will cover winning designs from Tatton, Manchester, Lancashire, and Merseyside. The Show, which began last year on radio, will air before, during, and after the show’s conclusion.