Bosham backyard festival to observe curative power of gardening this Summer


Held from July 17 to 18, the festival boasts a set of discussions by well-known anglers, an exhibition by The Embroider’s Guild and also a huge variety of pop-up stores selling all manner of green-fingered goodies.

The centre’s plant nursery will soon be showing off its brand new Dehlia garden. Grown in elevated beds, organisers expect guests will delight in the huge variety of shapes, colors and colors on screen.

Co-creator Marilyn Mountford, expects that the festival will draw focus on the therapeutic advantages of gardening

The festival will feature a variety of talks, workshops and exhibtions
The festival will include a variety of talks, workshops and exhibtions

She stated: “When you plant plants, you’re making a project. You’re saying ‘this is going to flower and I’m looking forward to that’, so it’s all about connecting and moving forwards, rather than staying stuck in your own misery”.

But the festival is all more than simply flowers. Between workshops on acupuncture, aromatherapy, meditation and yoga, it expects to provide guests additional methods of creating wellbeing.

Tickets are available on line, price £15 per individual and organisers have promised to stick to the most recent government guidelines so as to keep volunteers and visitors secure.

“Nothing’s set in stone, but the lowest expectation is that we can open, we can practice social distancing, we’ll have timed ticket sales and we’ll do the best we can.”

Despite that the lockdown, guests may still see The Hamblin Centre on scheduled open times through The National Garden Scheme.

The open times, which will happen during March has to be prebooked online. They provide guests an opportunity to tour the 3 acre garden for themselves.

Living in its meadow, stone pool and wlidlife pond are far greater than 135 species of moth, ten varieties of blossom and five species of bat, which makes it a heart of biodiversity.

To find more information about the garden festival, the Hamblin center and also to reserve a slot for a open afternoon, see

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