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In addition to staging the twice yearly Harrogate Flower Shows, the North of England Horticultural Society raises funds through other events and activities.  

Summer Blooms Event 3
Jonathan Moseley Celebrity Florist
Newby Hall Herbaceous Borders
Christine Talbot

An Afternoon of Summer Blooms

Thursday 25 July, 12.30 - 5pm

The Orangery, Newby Hall

Join us for an enchanting afternoon at the beautiful Orangery of Newby Hall, where the charm of summer blossoms meets expert floral design. Our event will commence with a warm welcome by TV's Christine Talbot, setting the stage for an unforgettable experience.

The highlight of the afternoon features a live demonstration by celebrity florist Jonathan Moseley. Renowned for his captivating floral arrangements, Jonathan will showcase how to create stunning displays using the finest in-season flowers. His expert tips and creative techniques will inspire both novice and seasoned flower enthusiasts.

Following the demonstration, indulge in a delightful afternoon tea, a perfect complement to the floral festivities. Savour an array of delicious treats and refreshing beverages while mingling with fellow guests in the picturesque surroundings.

The day continues with an introduction to Newby Hall's award-winning gardens by none other than Lucinda Compton, the owner of this magnificent estate. Lucinda will share insights into the rich history and unique features of the gardens, offering a deeper appreciation of their beauty.

To conclude the afternoon, enjoy the opportunity to explore the stunning gardens at your leisure. Wander through the meticulously landscaped grounds, discovering the diverse array of plants and flowers that make Newby Hall a horticultural treasure.

Don't miss this wonderful event that celebrates the artistry of floristry and the natural splendour of Newby Hall.

Profits from this event will go to the North of England Horticultural Society, a charity established in 1911 to support and promote horticulture throughout the north of England.