THE Malvern Autumn Show returns this weekend, with plenty to see and do over the two days.

The show, held at the Three Counties Showground in Malvern, will see thousands of visitors showcase the best produce, flowers and food and drink the county has to offer.

This year, the show celebrates its 25th anniversary, with more than 65,000 people expected to attend the two-day celebration.

Diana Walton, head of shows at Three Counties Showground said: “We’re delighted to be celebrating the 25th Malvern Autumn Show in 2019.

“It’s a glorious celebration of the harvest season and we’ve got plenty of delights on offer.

“I’m proud to have worked at the very first Malvern Autumn Show and to be heading the show team 25 years later is a privilege.

“We hope that there will be something for everyone to take away from the show, whether it be some top gardening advice from experts, amazement at some of the largest vegetables in the UK or some brilliant fun with our family entertainment.

“Malvern Autumn Show showcases the best of what our three counties have to offer, and from humble beginnings it’s become everyone’s favourite show.

“We’re excited to announce for the first time we’re offering free entry to under 16s so it really is fun for the whole family.”

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This year’s show features special guests including some of the biggest names in gardening, including Gardeners World presenter Carol Klein, who says growing a few vegetables could be the solution to escaping the political turmoil of the country.

She said: “It’s natural that if people think things like fruit and veg are going to go up in price, or even not be available, then they might start thinking about growing their own.

“Cultivating your garden is one of the best things to do for your health and wellbeing, and in fact can be an antidote to all the Brexit hoo-ha.”

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