Enchanting Miniature Garden's Competition

Make a miniature garden on the theme of a biodiverse eco garden and bring it along to Rectory Garden between 11am-11.30am for judging and prize giving as part of The Great Green Food Day. Judging will take place at 1.45pm and prize giving at 2pm.

Categories for Primary, Secondary and everyone else!

The container for your miniature garden could be a small, shallow wooden box, seed tray, crate or anything that could make a suitable container for the garden and is easily transported. A maximum size of 60 cm x 45 cm.

FREE (no ticket required)

Have a look at schoolgardening.rhs.org.uk for step by step tips.

Some inspirational ideas could include:
Peter Rabbit and Mr McGregor
Tractor Ted
Vegetables, flowers and water to attract wildlife, particularly bees
Octavia Hill, co-founder of the RHS
A garden based on your favourite eco Garden Designer
A design fit for a Chelsea Flower Show Garden!
Think big, grow small!

Important event information: 
This is a free event - no ticket required.

Filming and photography will likely take place at this event. This will be used to showcase the 2024 GAP Festival both online and in printed articles. Images and footage will also be used to help future festival promotions. Please let the event marshals on the day know if you do not wish to be captured.

All children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult, unless otherwise stated.

Sunday 09 June 2024
11:00 am - 2:00 pm
Rectory Garden, High Street, Goring RG8 9AG
Make a miniature garden on the theme of a biodiverse eco garden and bring it along to Rectory Garden between 11am-11.30am for judging and prize giving as part of The Great Green Food Day. Judging will take place at 1.45pm and prize giving at 2pm.

Categories for Primary, Secondary and everyone else!

The container for your miniature garden could be a small, shallow wooden box, seed tray, crate or anything that could make a suitable container for the garden and is easily transported. A maximum size of 60 cm x 45 cm.

FREE (no ticket required)

Have a look at schoolgardening.rhs.org.uk for step by step tips.

Some inspirational ideas could include:
Peter Rabbit and Mr McGregor
Tractor Ted
Vegetables, flowers and water to attract wildlife, particularly bees
Octavia Hill, co-founder of the RHS
A garden based on your favourite eco Garden Designer
A design fit for a Chelsea Flower Show Garden!
Think big, grow small!

Important event information: 
This is a free event - no ticket required.

Filming and photography will likely take place at this event. This will be used to showcase the 2024 GAP Festival both online and in printed articles. Images and footage will also be used to help future festival promotions. Please let the event marshals on the day know if you do not wish to be captured.

All children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult, unless otherwise stated.