Win Tickets to Toby Buckland’s Garden Festival 2018

We’re giving not one, not two, but six lucky One Magazine readers the chance to each win a pair of tickets to a day of their choice at this year’s festival!

Toby Buckland’s award-winning Garden Festival returns to Powderham Castle near Exeter once again, celebrating its fifth year in 2018 with a bigger and better programme of events and entertainment than ever! This year’s festival boasts celebrity talks from BBC Gardeners’ World presenter Rachel de Thame and BBC Radio Two’s allotment doctor, Terry Walton, from The Jeremy Vine Show.

Among the star-studded line up includes a multitude of highlights; a new Sow, Grow, Cook Tipi and more than 180 exhibitors, including Chelsea flower show nurseries, artisan craft, food and drink from the Westcountry and live music to keep visitors thoroughly entertained. Family entertainment comes in the shape of a kid’s survival camp, archery, dowsing and tree climbing. John Challis, better known as Boycie from Only Fools and Horses, will be there both days signing his new book Wigmore Abbey, the story of how he and his wife Carol restored an 800-year old abbey and created a romantic garden among the ancient ruins.

The festival will be jam-packed full of gardening entertainment on both days from 10am – 5pm and promises to be a great day out for the entire family. Advance online tickets can be bought now from £10, offering a saving of £2.50 from the on-the-gate price, from www.tobygardenfest.co.uk

Entrants must be residents of Exeter, East Devon, Mid Devon, or South Devon. All other entries will be disqualified.

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Competition closes 15/04/18. Entrants must be aged 18 and over. General terms & conditions can be found here.

Author: Jake

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