The Carnival may be over for the England football team but that hasn?t stopped the Carnival spirit coming to the North East this year at the RHS Tatton Park Flower Show, which welcomes an array of eclectic carnival inspired events bursting with colour, designed to delight visitors and bring the festival spirit alive.
From 22 to 26 July RHS Tatton Park, the highlight of the North?s gardening calendar, will return to Cheshire?s stunning thousand-acre deer park. Amongst the carnival inspired theme of this year?s show are pioneering and innovative gardens, which combined with food, shopping, crafts, music and fashion are sure to make the event a perfect summer day out for all.
Organised by Cabasa Carnival Arts, the North West’s leading carnival arts organisation, a lively floral carnival parade including performers in silk native butterfly costumes, floral umbrellas and percussion marching bands will bring the carnival to town by travelling throughout the show each day; the colourful floats designed to encourage visitors to join in the festivities and really help the carnival spirit come alive.
Local schools will also provide intricate floral displays in carnival inspired containers, and visitors can vote throughout the show for their favourite. As well as this, the RHS Flower Tatton Park Flower Show will once again be split into four distinctive zones: Grow, Escape, Inspire and Feast. Each will feature a combination of gardens, plants, food and shopping to reflect the theme of the area, bringing together a range of traditional and contemporary gardens demonstrating the green-fingered skills of designers from around the UK.