A ‘first’ for Parade Gardens

A first for Bath’s Parade Gardens which – next month – will be hosting a spring fair featuring more than 50 stalls selling everything from locally-sourced food, stylish crafts and garden plants.

The two-day Bath Spring Fayre is the first of its kind and is being held on 12 and 13 May 2018 from 11am to 5pm.

Organised by Bath & North East Somerset Council’s events and parks teams, the free event will also feature children’s entertainment and music.A4 Bath Sprinf Fayre 2018 V2-01

In addition to the wonderful artisan crafts on offer, visitors will be able to buy an array of quality plants all gown in the award-winning Royal Victoria Park nursery which holds monthly plant sales for members of the public.

And brides-to-be will be able to browse specialist wedding stalls as well as the artisan craft stalls.

Councillor Bob Goodman, (Conservative Combe Down) cabinet member for development and neighbourhoods, said: “This is the first time we’ve held a two-day spring fayre in the Parade Gardens which we hope visitors and residents will enjoy. Entry into the fayre is free and a broad variety of stalls are lined up. You can also bag a bargain for your garden thanks to the Royal Victoria Park team which will be selling fantastic plants grown in our very own plant nursery.”

Royal Victoria Park Nursery, in Marlborough Lane, holds monthly public plant sales, they are on April 12, May 20, June 18, July 8 and September 16.