What's On at the Tees Valley Garden Show
The Tees Valley Garden Show usually takes place on Early May Bank Holiday at Preston Hall Park, Eaglescliffe.
Plant Sales and Gardening Accessories
The Tees Valley Garden Show is first and foremost a garden show, you will be able to browse the many top quality plants available direct from the nursery growers and their expert advice, and take your pick of the varied gardening items on offer there's quality garden buildings, pots, ornaments, garden furniture, tools, garden antiques, and a vast selection of other accessories.
Plant Display Marquee
Beautiful floral and plant displays splashing a riot of colour in our floral marquee, Floral artistry displays by Karen Bainbridge. Award winning nurseries and expert advice with Gardener's Question Time.
Rhino Garden Creations are displaying a Low Maintenance Garden themed "Mysteriously Rustic"
Food and Drink
Now that you've worked up an appetite take a stroll through our Food and Drink Marquee, try the free tasters, then take the opportunity to stock up on some of the high quality produce.
Cookery Demo Studio
"On Your Marks - Get Set - Cook" by Old Skool Chef Sean Corker
will be cooking a feast from ingredients and products sourced from around the show,
after asking the audience what they want him to cook in 30 minutes. Its Fun and Educational with free tasters after the demonstration.
"A Taste of the Orient" Curries made easy and other oriental cuisine.
Dare you try the free tasters on offer - hot, hot, hot!!!
Arts and Crafts
Our Arts & Crafts Marquee will be offering an extensive range of locally produced and handcrafted products for you to browse and buy, with many of our exhibitors providing working demonstrations of their handicraft as you watch.
"Fun to Grow African Gardens" are a simple and practical way to learn about life in Africa, organic gardening, healthy diets and environmental issues - all centered around fun gardening activities.
"Hanging Baskets Made Easy" by Shaw's Trust.
"Ready Steady Grow" - the art of growing vegetables" by The National Vegetable Society.
"Ask the experts" those niggling questions at Gardener's Question Time
Live Irish Music by JJ Galway.
Wonderbar - Open 11am to 5pm Daily - Offering Beers from Micro breweries, Wines & Juices.
There's plenty to entertain the kids at the Tees Valley Garden Show.
For the littler ones, Children's author Peter Barret presents "Singthings" with BaBa Productions featuring Children's favourites Cyril the Squirrel & Dillon the Dinosaur.
The Dogs Trust - meet some friendly homeless dogs that need some loving
Take a Donkey Cart ride around the show. Then place your £1 bet at the Ferret Racing taking place hourly.
For those wanting something a little faster don't miss the GoKart rides and the Super Jumper.
And not forgetting to visit the other attractions on offer at preston park which include Miniature Railway, Crazy Golf, Bird Garden, visit the old victorian street in preston hall or just take a stroll around the Woodland Walk