The Show’s successful formula as an accessible and affordable event makes it a stress-free alternative to the larger show.
Visitors can enjoy a taste of Spring with the diversity and range of the 160 exhibitors at this event, now in it’s tenth year and running over three days including:
- garden related
- art, craft & design
- country food and wines
- Weald Crafts
The return of Firle Arts & Crafts in The Old Georgian Riding School access via the showground in Firle Place Gardens.
Firle Village and the surrounding area is full of talented artists and artisans and they have formed a Firle Forum to showcase and retail an eclectic range of their wonderful and creative work along with a variety of interesting produce.
In The Old Georgian Riding School
Shaun Winter Marionettes Puppet Shows – Saturday & Sunday only
‘Countryside Catering ‘ serving light refreshments in The Old Riding School and Firle gardens
Spring Flowers and healthy teasin St Peter’s Church.
Peter Owen-Jones, Firle’s parish priest, author and television presenter along with his team are planning a ‘Fantastical Pirate Treasure and Easter Egg Hunt’ for younger visitors in the church yard Saturday & Sunday afternoon
Access to St Peter’s is via the village gate (if you are not intending to visit the Garden Show or from the showground past the Riding School and Firle Place gate