Win tickets to the Country Living Fair + discount!

You could win tickets to the Country Living Fair, from 27th-30th April at Alexandra Palace, London. We’re giving away four pairs of tickets, worth £36 a pair.

Even if you don’t win, there’s Middlesized Garden reader discount. Tickets cost £18 on the door – you can get yours for £13.50 using the code TR3 when buying your ticket here.

win tickets to the Country Living Fair

The Country Living Fair is a great place to find crafts, artisan made foods, organic wines, fashion, accessories and gorgeous things for your home and garden.

The famous Country Living Fair has moved to Alexandra Palace. It’s a fab show for craftsmanship and new businesses – I’ll be making a beeline for the Pop-up Market for crafters, makers, designers and artists who create their products at home.

Don’t miss sampling the goodies of the kitchen table bakers, chocolatiers, organic wine producers and traditional farmers.

win tickets to the Country Living Spring Fair.

And, of course, there’s the Country Living Garden, designed by Horticolous. Plus there are lots of gorgeous things to get for your summer garden, as well fashion, accessories and homes products.

Silk scarves and cushions

Do drop in on my friend Jacqui Sinnatt, who runs St Agnes Eve silk scarves. She’s on stand H29 -very near the Drunken Duck Champagne Bar!

Winter hydrangeas by Jacqui Sinnatt

Jacqui’s photos of winter hydrangeas in her garden.

She’s a fellow middle-sized gardener, who has turned photographs of her favourite flowers, gardens and other things into beautiful silk scarves and accessories.

Annabelle cushions by Jacqui Sinnatt

One of Jacqui’s new ‘Annabelle’ cushions, inspired by the winter hydrangea photo.

Many of Jacqui’s designs are based on flowers in her own garden or on gardens she’s visited. Although she’s turned thrownaway cans on Dungeness beach and jumbo jets in the sky over London into scarves, too.

Clematis Morning Glory
St Agnes Eve scarf

This year she’s launching her Annabelle cushion collection, inspired by gardens.

A scarf inspired by your own garden?

I think one of her best ideas is her bespoke scarves, an ideal ‘big present’ for someone. This is a scarf specifically designed to reflect the things that are important to you.

One client ordered one for his mother’s 90th birthday present. It’s based on olive trees but
also features her beloved poodle Poupou! The scarf is presented in a gift box with a card telling the story and inspiration behind the design.

Craft workshops and talks

There’s also a programme of workshops and talks – working with chocolate, printing, sewing and needle-felting as well as an Annie Sloan Chalk Paints workshop.

Win tickets to the Country Living Fair

To win tickets to the Country Living Fair 27th-30th April 2017

To win a pair of tickets to the Country Living Spring Fair, worth £36, leave a comment below saying why you would like to go to the fair.

Or share this post on social media via Twitter, using the share button at the top or bottom of this page.

Or, if you’re reading this from The Middlesized Garden Facebook page, then you can enter by simply ‘like’ing the post.

Competition ends Thursday 20th April at midnight, and winners will be notified on Friday. See full terms and conditions below.

And don’t forget that there’s a discount for everyone – get your tickets (worth £18 each on the door) here for £13.50 using the code TR3.

Look out for more giveaways and discounts on Wednesdays in the summer!

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