The following exhibitors will be demonstrating their unique crafts at the show

Traditional Besom Brooms, Love Spoons & Wood Crafts

Adam King is located in Zone A

Handcrafted glass art. Pictures, window hangers, small sculptures. Recycled bottle clocks

Make your own Fused glass Flower Hanger or a Cherry blossom tealight holder

Come along & and have a fun & creative time learning how to make & decorate your own colourful fused glass creation, with a choice between a flower meadow window hanger OR a Cherry Blossom tea-light holder.

This workshop costs £30 per person – to find out more about these workshops and to book your slot please click here

Jason Moserri makes contemporary Windsor chairs using traditional tools and techniques

Hope Springs Chairs is located in Zone D (under the trees)

Blacksmith Joe – historical, traditional and contemporary metal work

See the blacksmith making all things Medieval and Modern at the Garden show. An ancient craft still carried out today to make bespoke items from gates, railings, sculptures and furniture.

Joe the Smithy is located in Zone E

‘Pay and Play Have a Go Blacksmithing’ (Saturday & Sunday only)

For set prices you can make your very own hand forged item to take home, what a way to remember a nice day out. ‘Pay and Play Blacksmithing’ gets popular so get yourself over to the blacksmiths to put your name down on the list. (You may get a little grubby but if you own steel cap boots bring them along for safety) Goggles are provided.

Joe will hold demonstrations and talks between the have a go sessions throughout the day.

In the mean time why not check out joe by following his Instagram www.instagram.comjoethesmithy

Neil Taylor Furniture – Chair making using traditional techniques

Taylor Made is located in Zone E

Willow Weaving – Traditional Willow Baskets, Living Willow Sculptures, Woven Figurative Forms

Willowpool is located in Zone E