Feel Good in Cheshire’s Gardens at the RHS Flower Show Tatton Park

Cheshire’s Gardens FEEL GOOD campaign will be a focal point of this year’s RHS Flower Show at Tatton Park, showcasing the ways in which visitors can relax and unwind, meet friends and family, and get active across its garden attractions.

Cheshire’s Gardens display at the show this year will feature back-to-back gardens from Arley Hall & Gardens, Cholmondeley Castle Gardens and Bluebell Cottage Gardens, meanwhile Norton Priory Museum and Adlington Hall will have colourful show features.

Bents Garden & Home will be creating a separate sensory ‘Feel Good’ garden with areas linked to sight, sound, smell and taste where visitors will be invited to sit back, relax and stimulate their senses!

Visitors will also be encouraged to meet friends, relax and unwind and learn something new around a large wooden ‘Feel Good’ table, specially created by Wainwright Timber Ltd.

Throughout the show daily special activities will take place around the table including gin tasting with Hunters Gin, gardening tours with Sam Youd, hand massages by Freyaluna, beginners watercolour workshops by Chris Beesley and finally, FEEL GOOD campaign supporter and ‘FeelGood’ expert Ali Wheeler from the lifestyle and wellbeing company will also be on hand sharing her top tips on how to get the best out of life and ‘Feel Good’!

Sam Youd, Chair of Cheshire’s Gardens of Distinction commented: “Cheshire’s gardens are one of the area’s key assets and we are delighted this year to once again showcase the beauty and diversity of our garden attractions at the RHS Flower Show. Our stand and display will be encouraging visitors to explore the beauty and diversity of our gardens and will encourage visitors to experience the many ways you can ‘Feel Good’ in Cheshire’s Gardens. Whether it’s meeting friends, learning something in a garden workshop or just simply relaxing and unwinding in beautiful surroundings. Cheshire’s gardens offer something for everyone.”

“I would urge everyone visiting the Flower Show to come and explore the variety of Cheshire’s Gardens of Distinction on stand TP318.”

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