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RHS Malvern Spring Festival

RHS Malvern Spring Festival

8 May 2025 – 11 May 2025 –

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RHS Malvern Spring Festival

Family Fun

There are plenty of activities to keep the whole family entertained at the Festival, with lots of highlights for children.

Big fun for little ones!

Across the four day show you will find a series of free workshops, all included in the price of your ticket. Turn up and have a go!

These include:

Weave Some Magic!

Join outdoor learning and willow sculpture enthusiasts Oakey Bear in a community willow-weaving activity. Visitors can help create the following:

  •  Double Bass- This will be  life sized and showgoers can pretend they were playing double bass as well as learning the weaving skill.
  •  Donkey- from Shrek the Musical- this will be large, but smaller than life sized and will have classic sticking up donkey ears.
  • Musical note-  3-4 ft tall
  • Guitar- this will be life-sized and a great photo opportunity!

Clowning Around

Watch Thomas Trilby’s unique style of international circus skills. some dare-devil stilt bike riding, awesome juggling or join one of his exciting circus workshop on Saturday or Sunday.

Alien Bug Hunt

Step outside and take part in an Alien Bug Hunt run by the Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA), an interactive fun activity for families and children. Locate the interesting plant pests and diseases facts and complete the fun questionnaire and don’t forget to collect your certificate and sticker at the end!

Paper Flower Making

Join Art Studio Ross to create a collaborative paper flower piece and learn some lovely, simple techniques for making handmade flowers, feathers and foliage. You can make a single flower or a whole bouquet to take away. Art Studio Ross specialises in art and craft workshops to help nurture creative confidence in children and families using predominantly recycled materials. (Located in the Discovery Dome)

Hands on Science

Staff from the School of Science and the Environment at the University of Worcester will be running exciting activities in the Discovery Dome. Take part in various activities relating to microplastics, bees, honey and pollen from around the world. There’s a chance to use microscopes to look at bugs and beasties, mosses, leaf litter, and to learn all about the characteristics of soil.

Ready, set, create!

Head to the Discovery Dome to join in on Eastnor Pottery‘s daily drop-in sessions where you’ll be able to make your own clay shakers to take home, air dry and paint.

Build your own bird feeder with a little help from local eco-crafters Wyldwood Willow, using only natural materials and absolutely zero plastic.

Head to the Severn Arts Music Box for music jams, recording workshops and DJ and vocal sessions on Saturday and Sunday.

Busy Bees

Learn all about bees and how important they are to our environment with Worcestershire Beekeepers in Severn Hall

The Secret Life of Soil

Learn all about with soil with Liquid Gold Leaf in the Festival of Houseplants with Green Rooms Market.


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