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Hemingford Abbots Flower Festival

An event in June in Cambridgeshire
Hemingford Abbots
Cambridgeshire
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Event timing: Late June
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The Flower Festival has built up a reputation among keen gardeners and those who love to soak up the atmosphere in this Cambridgeshire haven of historic and modern properties.

The riverside village opens its garden gates every two years to reveal a multitude of styles and designs from modern landscapes to traditional cottage gardens. We extend a warm invitation to our thousands of regular supporters as well as first time visitors.

Day programmes are available at 7.50 each, weekend programmes are 12. Supervised children under 16 are free as is car parking. Visitors will have access to more than 20 private gardens and a host of attractions ranging from vintage cars, cycles and tractors to rural pursuits such as Morris Dancing and craft demonstrations. Mouth watering home-made cakes are served with afternoon tea, available at a number of idyllic garden settings. The sound of brass bands and church bells adds a fitting backdrop to this snapshot of rural England at its best.

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