Welcome to the Knowsley Flower Show website, we hope you enjoy visiting the site and that you find the information that you require.
The Knowsley Flower Show Committee would like to extend a warm welcome once more to all our loyal visitors, exhibitors, past, present, (and hopefully future) who have ensured that the Knowsley Flower Show has not only survived, but thrived!
This year, the centenary of the First World War, will be respectfully commemorated at the show with a red, white and blue theme, and the children's classes will reflect this.
All the usual attractions and entertainment will be on offer including free face painting to keep the children happy, H & M Dog Display and Mersey Morris Men in the Main Arena, Geraud Produce Market to tempt you with delicious food and creative crafts plus lots, lots more.
Let's hope the weather is kind to us this year. I know how disheartening it can be to spend months nurturing your potential exhibits, only to see our hopes dashed by freak weather conditions at the last moment.
If you are a novice exhibitor - and we have classes just for you - please give our Show Secretary a call on 0151 480 8666.
Knowsley Flower Show 2014
Shuttle bus service sponsored by
National Wildflower centre
Knowsley Town Council
Prescot Town Council
To find out more about us, use the navigation menu to look around the various parts of the Knowsley Flower Show Website. Also the images below provide quick links to parts of the site that we think you may be interested in.
If you would you like to become part of our close knit horticultural family and perhaps join our Committee, please call our Show Secretary, Christine Yates on 0151 480 8666 or firstname.lastname@example.org for advice on entering the show or volunteering as a Committee member.
We look forward to welcoming all exhibitors, both existing and new, and you the general public to what we hope will be the best show ever.
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Stallholders booking forms
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