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Help Needed... We desperately need 2 or 3 fit people who could help us move equipment on Wednesday 23rd August and help pack up on the Sunday evening after the show closes. Please call Sarah on 01275 873166 for more info.

Children's Fancy Dress, Saturday 26th August 1:45pm...Contact Show Secretary for Details

The 2017 Clevedon Flower Show


Sat, 26th August


Sun, 27th August



Salthouse Fields

Clevedon (BS21 7TU)




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Adults - £5

Senior Citizens - £4


Two Day Ticket -

Adults £8, Seniors £6


Accompanied, under 16s Free




  • Live Music

  • Arena Events

  • Companion Dog Show

  • Horticultural Classes

  • Home Economics and Handicrafts

  • Classic Cars

  • Trade Stands

  • Kids Corner

  • Cafe

  • Bar


Images from 2016 show



Future Events

Children's Fancy Dress

Saturday 26th August, 1:45pm

Contact Sarah Adams

for more information

01275 873166


Flower Show 2017

Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th August 2017

Salthouse Fields

Clevedon Sea Front


Companion Dog Show

Sunday 27th August 10:30am

Registration 9:30 - 10:30

Contact Andrea Eaton

for more information

01275 874728


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History of the Flower Show





















Clevedon circa 1890

The current show site on the Salthouse fields is bottom right of picture.




The Clevedon Horticultural Society was formed in 1869, the same year as Clevedon's historic pier opened and held its first show later that year, in Herbert Gardens.

Entries were split into 2 categories; "gentlemen with gardeners" and "cottage gardens"

The show proved very successful and grew rapidly, by 1873 the Bristol and Exeter Railway was running excursions to the event and paddle steamers brought more visitors from Wales.

During the late Victorian and Edwardian era, Clevedon became an increasingly popular destination for the well-to-do, and the show flourished.

The Show was suspended for the duration of the First World War, not resuming until 1921, World War Two likewise saw no shows being held between 1939 and 1946

Except of one year, when a shortage of volunteers, resulted in the event being cancelled, the show has run (almost) continuously since the end of

the war.

Over the years, the show has been held a various venues throughout the town; Herbert Gardens, Clevedon Court and the Community Centre, before moving to its current site on the sea front in the late 1960's.



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May 2017



Attention all Poultry Keepers!

This year we are including 

Egg classes in our schedule.



September 2016

St Nicholas Fayre

We will be at the St Nicholas Fayre in Hill Rd again, on the 1st of December holding a raffle and taking orders for Christmas Table Decorations and Wreaths.

We will be in our usual spot in Queens Square on the 10th & 18th of December selling decorations.


September 2016

Looking Back on the 2016 Show

The2016 show proved to be a very successful event; attendance was well up on last year, as were show entries. We were  extremely fortunate with the weather, missing all of the showers that effected other parts of the county. The crowd were treated to some excellent entertainment and the bar and hog roast proved to be very popular. The children's corner, run with the help of Pickles Playrooms was a big success and we had a good selection of trade stands once again. Lady Elton presented the trophies to the various class winners.

Planning has already started for next years event and we are all looking forward to producing an even better show next August.






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Get Involved

Volunteers needed

We are looking for volunteers to help us over the show week, with things like setting up, helping in our cafe, manning a stall or packing away at the end of the show. Also people who could give up a few hours at various times throughout the year.

Clevedon Flower Show has been held for nearly 150 years, for the enjoyment of the people of Clevedon. we receive no outside help or funding and can only continue if we have enough volunteers to run the event and can generate enough income, to cover the considerable costs involved in putting it on.

Contact Sarah Adams for more info.


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Show Photos - Chris Adams & Mike Couzins       Website - Chris Adams


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