2017 Growing today for all our tomorrows
Adam Munthe presents a donation to St Michael’s Hospice
Cheque presentation to Back to the Wild
BBC Countryfile feature
News from Hellens Manor.
On Friday 14th October, we were visited by the BBC Countryfile team who filmed our traditional Perry Making. We had an amazing day with Matt Baker and Anita Rani. The result was that Hellens were a part of a lovely broadcast on the 30th October showing Herefordshire at its very best (and of course the Perry!)
Highlights of the 2016 Festival
Hellens Garden Festival 2016 was magnificent!
The Festival team would like to thank all of our volunteers, sponsors, supporters, exhibitors, demonstrators, poets, musicians, activity providers, and our visitors. You once again came together to make such a beautiful, laid back, pleasurable weekend for everyone.
More about our previous year’s festival here
Poetry inspired by healing plants from the Physic Garden at Hellens Manor. Making Words from Healing Herbs: more about Poetica Botanica at The Ledbury Poetry Festival
Weekend of innovation
Now in our 11th year, Hellens Garden Festival is celebrating Growing Today for all our Tomorrows. A veritable delight for our visitors for all the senses.More
Feel for our planet
Inspired sustainable life
We offer inspirational ideas, services and plants for growing our gardens, sustaining ourselves and the earth, whatever the space you have.More
For our beneficiaries
Fundraising for charities
We are proud to support St Michael’s Hospice in Hereford and the special project Back to the Wild for young people.More
Hellens Garden Festival is hosted in the evocative gardens and grounds of Hellens Manor. The Festival settles gently within the landscape of verdant lawns and tailored hedges. It winds around knot areas, a glorious wild meadow, a physic garden, a SSSI woodland, and so much more. A delight to the eye and nourishment for one’s spirit.
During The Garden Festival, Hellens will be taking tours around the Manor as usual. Tour prices are:
£7.50 concessions & students
£5 students and children
£20 family ticket (2 adults and 3 children).
Hellens is owned by The Pennington Mellor Munthe Trust (charity no. 283266). For more information go to hellensmanor.com
Back to the Wild
In 2016 We are also supporting the Hellens Back to the Wild project. This unique project supports the personal and social development of young people by re-connecting them to the natural environment, and developing their self belief and confidence.
The Saturday Club children from St. Michaels Hospice have benefited already from this initiative. If you are interested in learning more about Back to the Wild please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Sponsors and Supporters
Fantastic people and companies supporting our vision
Our sponsors and supporters honour the vision of Hellens Garden Festival. Their generosity in giving their time, expertise, equipment or money is absolutely essential to our ability to stage the Festival each year, and to provide funding to benefit our nominated causes.Find out more
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