As the Spaxton Spring Show 2021 is cancelled, why not join in with our ‘Colour for Spring’ event?
Let’s make our village a riot of colour this Spring!
Latest: All our seed potatoes for the challenge have now been sold. Good luck to those taking part!
General Flower Show information
We hope that the information on this website will encourage you to take part or come along to one or both of the shows.
When are the flower shows?
We usually have two flower shows each year, one in the Spring, and a larger one in Summer.
Our next show is:
The Spring Flower Show 2021 is: CANCELLED but please join in with our Colours for Spring activity!
The Summer Show in August:
Our Summer Show is scheduled for 7th August 2021, subject to the lifting of social distancing restrictions.
What happens at the shows?
At the regular shows we hold, everyone is welcome to take part either as a visitor or as an exhibitor with a chance to compete and win prizes.
Where are Spaxton Flower Shows held?
The shows usually take place at Spaxton Village Hall and Playing Fields. Spaxton is a village in Sedgemoor, in the foothills of the Quantocks, between Bridgwater, Taunton and Cannington, in Somerset, South West England.
Spaxton Flower Show AGM – 27th January 2021
The Spaxton and District Flower Show Society held their
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
on Wednesday 27th January 2021 at 7.30pm
If you would like further information please use the Contact us section of the website to get in touch.
The Spaxton Garden Gates Safari took place on the 1st to 2nd August 2020
UPDATE ON THE SUMMER FLOWER SHOW
The Committee have decided to cancel the Summer Flower Show, obviously because of Coronavirus and the ability to do safe social distancing.
Instead we would like to organise an alternative celebration of gardening, arts and crafts for local residents to look forward to. The exact format and details are still dependent on what social activities will be realistically allowed within Coronavirus rules and guidelines.
Preliminary thoughts are based on providing a Village Trail, encouraging walking or cycling as good exercise, and in order to observe physical distancing the event could run for the full weekend, ie Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd August.
Everyone would be invited to put displays of flowers, vegetables and crafts in their front gardens/gateways/on the allotments, in anyway they want; no entry fees; no judging, just a show case of all the great work that has kept us busy during the past weeks; and will certainly continue for the next few months.
More details will be provided shortly – so please keep visiting this page for updates.