See winning stalls and find out how to become a stall holder at this year’s garden fair.
Stall holders for 2022
A Little luxury
Eco-Antique Teacup candles
Fresh From The Field
Hampshire and IOW Wildlife Trust
Lincoln Green Nursery
Little Canopy – micro greens
Lodge Hill Farm
Lonely Toad Studios
Lucy Goes to Lapland
Made in Provence
Miles Japanese Mapels
North Family Arts
P & G Hats
Paul Slater Designer Landscapes
Phillippa’s Garden Finds
Second Nature Soaps
Susie P Accessories
Suzette’s Fresh Pancakes
T&D Old Tools
Terra Nova Shoes
The Glove Box
The Potting Shed
Past stall holder winners
Best Presented Sundry Stall
Best Presented Plant Stall
A few more photos of past Bishop’s Waltham Garden Fairs…
The St John of Jerusalem Eye Hospital
The hawk demonstration as it flies low over the volunteers!
What the Stallholders said about us:
‘Very well organised, always enjoy coming to the B.W. Charity Garden Fair’
‘Very friendly, well run event. Beautiful location, nicely laid out. A great team of welcoming committee members’
‘As always a very well organised event’
Test Valley Nursery
‘It was a fantastic day! So well organised…..Perfect setting and a good public turnout…’
Osca Pet Foods
‘It was a pleasure to be part of the event
‘It was a really enjoyable day. The customers were obviously enjoying themselves and were keen to chat. The organisation was brilliant.
Rosie and Sparkle
‘Great fun, well organised. Good footfall, overall a lovely event’.
‘Think you have really cracked it with layout etc. Set up was so easy. The show really has something for every gardener’.
Mrs. Mitchell’s Kitchen and Garden
‘As I have said previously, your committee is the most helpful I have ever come across’.
‘Nicely organised. Nice, efficient organised event, friendly.
‘Thanks for all the hardwork and help of your committee’.
Pricketts Hill Nursery
‘As usual, a well organised and pleasant event – good weather’.
If you would like information on how to be come a stall holder, please contact our Stall Holder Secretary: Joanne Furby email@example.com
Introducing the committee…!