Cleve West at Toby Buckland?s Garden Festivals 2016

by | Feb 13, 2016 | News | 0 comments

Cleve West, twice winner of the coveted Best in Show award at the Chelsea Flower Show, will be at the Bowood Festival on Saturday 4 June talking about his latest projects and the healing value of gardens and allotments.

Cleve runs an award-winning studio in Hampton Wick, South-West London, and has been designing gardens since 1990.

His projects range from contemporary urban spaces to large Country Estates, but essentially he creates gardens that are both engaging and restful.

Lately his design for the award-winning Horatio?s Garden, at the Southern Spinal Injuries Trust in Salisbury has shown just how positive an effect gardens can have on both physical and spiritual well-being.

Toby Buckland presents ?A Celebration of Romantic Gardening? at Bowood this June and will also be joined by Charlie Dimmock, Roy Lancaster CBE, Jim Buttress, Professor Tom Williamson, an authority on Lancelot ?Capability? Brown and many more.

The festival highlights an unparalleled choice of specialist nurseries plus demos, Q&As, live music, local crafts, food and drink to make it a fun-filled and relaxed day out in the most beautiful settings in England.

Powderham Castle Event: Friday 29 April & Saturday 30 April 10am-5pm

Bowood House Event: Saturday 4 June & Sunday 5 June 10am-5pm

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