After an enforced absence of two years due to government Covid restrictions, the committee of Bishop’s Waltham Garden Fair are busy planning a return on May 1.

Held in the grounds of Wintershill Hall, Durley, this year’s fair will have something for everyone, with lots of new stall holders as well as regulars.

Selling a wide range of products from candles to garden tools, Falcon High doing a Birds of Prey flying display, Andy McIndoe giving gardening advice and some alpacas on site, this is a fair for the whole family to enjoy.

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There will be a minibus running from St George’s Square, Bishop’s Waltham, hourly from 9.30am for those requiring transport.

The event takes place from 10am-4pm with tickets £5, or £4.50 in advance by booking on

Children under 14 go free.

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