The Walled Gardens of Cannington recently held its second annual Summer Fair and saw over 750 of visitors attend!
Throughout the day there was entertainment from The Tone Big Band, the Bubble Man, face painting, hanging basket demonstrations, a range of stallholders, amongst others. The Tea Room displayed poems from local school children on the topic of nature, wildlife and the outdoors.
Visitors were able to benefit from the recent renovations to Cannington Court, by EDF Energy, which includes a new parking area, with disabled bays and bike racks. The main entrance, which is currently surrounded by wisteria, is now also fully open.
Kyla Harding, from Wellington said,
“I had a fab time yesterday. It was a well organised event with lots of fun for the whole family!”
The Walled Gardens have a number of upcoming open air theatre performances throughout the summer, including Pride and Prejudice, on Thursday 25 June, 7pm, The Wind in the Willows, Saturday 11 July, 2pm and 6pm, Hamlet, Friday 31 July, 7pm and Much Ado About Nothing, Friday 7 August, 7pm. Tickets are available from the Gardens’ Gift Shop in advance or on the day.