Visitors will get two great shows for the price of one with The Edible Garden Show introducing exciting new features and attractions to its popular ‘plot to plate’ format while Good Life Live will extend the concept ‘beyond the plot’ and showcase a broader range of outdoor living experiences and adventures.
Bursting into bloom from 20th to 22nd March, The Edible Garden Show 2015 is perfectly timed for the start of the growing season with advice and must-see exhibits for everyone from novices to dedicated gardeners. Good Life Live will be crammed full of innovative ideas and creations to inspire an even wider audience of grow your own and good life enthusiasts.
With a host of new attractions and partners as well as a bold eye-catching new look, the shows’ new event team, who together have over 40 years’ experience of organising lifestyle events in London, are expecting 2015 to be ‘the best yet’.
“We will be ringing the changes at next year’s three-day event to continue to grow the appeal and entice an even larger audience,” says Event Director, Geraldine Reeve, who was previously Group Show Director at the Telegraph Media Group.
“The Edible Garden Show will continue to inspire, enthuse and educate serious grow your own enthusiasts with popular features such as the Experts Theatre and hands on demonstrations while also incorporating plenty of family-friendly activities making it an even greater value day out for the entire family.”
The Edible Garden Show was launched in response to the ‘grow your own revolution’ sweeping the country as more and more people are digging for the dinner plate. TV presenter James Wong, who has been a celebrity speaker at The Edible Garden Show since its launch at Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire in 2011 and admired gardening guru Paul Peacock will be back by popular demand next year. Other celebrities, partners and features will be announced shortly.
Meanwhile, Geraldine says Good Life Live will go beyond The Edible Garden Show’s ‘plot to plate’ concept to inspire visitors to make the most of their time outdoors. “There will be areas dedicated to various outdoor adventure activities, country pursuits and home comforts as well as small holding and livestock.
We will be unveiling more details about our exciting plans in the run-up to both shows.” New for 2015, under 16s will be able to visit the show free of charge. For more information and advanced discounted tickets, visit the new website: www.theediblegardenshow.co.uk.