Start: 11th June 2017
10:00 am
End: 11th June 2017
5:00 pm
Please note, this event has now passed

Event Venue

Hellens, Much Marcle, Ledbury. Herefordshire. HR8 2LY

GPS: 51.9996636, -2.497404

Visit the wonderful setting of Hellens Manor in Much Marcle, Herefordshire this year on June 10 & 11 and find the beautiful garden and parklands brought to life with Hellens Garden Festival 2017.

The magnificent Hellens Garden Festival is now in its 11th year and a firm favourite for families, gardeners and general moochers looking for something a little different, this year with a theme of ‘Growing Today for all our Tomorrows’

There will be speakers, walks & talks, Music, Workshops, Demonstrations and children’s events. Also lots of exhibitors and organisations for you to chat to and perhaps make that special purchase.

This year there will also be the opportunity for visitors to be part of a community land artwork project, the creation of a Mandala. Kate Raggett, a leading land artist, is designing and drawing the outline of this special piece of work, laid out within the gardens of Hellens. Visitors will be invited to complete the drawn mandala over the 2 days by using natural, recycled, reused and re-purposed items [such a bottle tops] provided on site and visitors will be encouraged to carefully and thoughtfully, fill in the laid out Mandala pattern, from these pre-gathered items. There will be a photo of the finished Mandala published on the Hellens festival website shortly after the event.  All the materials used in the mandala will then be recycled and re-used responsibly.

To see some of Kate’s wonderful land work, please visit and to see more of what is on offer for everyone visiting the garden festival, please visit

Come along and meet TeamESL too.


Fees & Tickets
Adults £6.50, Child £2.50, Family £15 (2 Adults and 2 Children)
GBP 6.50
For BOTH days Adults £10.00, Children £4.00 Family £22.50 (2 Adults and 2 Children)
GBP 10.00


Hellens Manor

Gardens, Historic House, Venue

Hellens Manor is an old beautiful private home

Still serving as a residence but is also open to the public, administered by the Pennington-Mellor-Munthe Charity Trust, and hosting…