A summer bounty of the sustainable and eclectic, the crafted and grown, in the gardens and grounds of Hellens Manor.
Raising funds for St Michael’s Hospice and Back to the Wild CIC.
New online booking for visitors will open 1st May.
The health and safety of HGF visitors, volunteers, exhibitors and staff remains our top priority. We will continue to monitor and follow government advice throughout the planning, opening and running of Hellens Garden Festival 2021.
To help keep everyone safe the following measures are being planned:
- Online Advance Ticketing Only
- Socially distanced queueing systems at the entrance gates and at key points e.g. catering areas
- Changes to layouts and expertise in crowd management to avoid build up in popular areas
- Enhanced cleaning regime and waste disposal
- Hand sanitiser available to staff and visitors at strategic points
- Cashless transactions where possible
- We will be spacing out our exhibitor stalls as much as is possible to allow for social distancing.
We ask that everyone visiting our shows please familiarise themselves with the latest Government advice before they attend. Please note: If you are feeling unwell or experiencing symptoms associated with Coronavirus (Covid-19) you will not be permitted entry to the show.
Please note: this page will be regularly updated in accordance with Government advice.
Plan your visit
A summer festival celebrating the sustainable and the eclectic, crafted and grown, in the gardens of Hellens Manor
People, Plants & Planet
Showcasing inspirational ideas, organisations and plants for growing our gardens, sustaining ourselves and the earth.
We are proud to support St Michael’s Hospice in Hereford and the special project Back to the Wild for young people.
Online Booking Opens 1st May
Child £2.50 (under 18)
You must book tickets for the festival in advance – we will not take cash payments on the gate.
Booking will open 1st May and tickets will be available on the website.
A number of Covid restrictions remain in force so regrettably we cannot take family or group bookings this year.
Covid regulations require us to record the name and contact details of everyone with a ticket.
Each party must comprise of no more than SIX people and all people on the same booking must arrive together – Tickets will be scanned on arrival, whilst visitors remain in their cars.
We welcome well-behaved dogs who have their owners firmly on leads and who clean up after them!
Free stewarded parking Beautiful gardens & grounds to explore Free talks and workshops
LOTS TO DO FOR ALL THE FAMILY
Help us to reduce our impact on the environment – Bring re-usable coffee cups, water bottles and bags.
Thank you to our wonderful 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 time, expertise, equipment or funds is absolutely essential, to enable the organisation of the Festival each year which raises significant donations for local beneficiaries.Find out more
Accessibility; Please let us know, in advance, if you need help when you arrive. We will endeavour to do all we can to make your visit a good experience.Accessibility Information
Hellens Garden Festival is hosted in the gardens and grounds of Hellens Manor. The Festival settles gently within the landscape of lawns, meadow and paddocks. The rare 17th century octagonal dovecot, a physic garden, yew labyrinth, herb and kitchen gardens, woodlands and ponds are delight to the eye and nourishment for one’s spirit.
Hellens, Much Marcle, Nr Ledbury, Herefordshire.
Hellens is owned by The Pennington Mellor Munthe Trust (charity no. 283266).
For more information please go to hellensmanor.com
For more information about what is going on in Herefordshire, where to eat, where to stay while you are visiting us at Hellens and the Hellens Garden Festival please visit www.eatsleepliveherefordshire.co.uk