Win tickets to the Shrewsbury Flower Show 2019

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Shrewsbury Flower Show 2019 is just around the corner, Shropshire Live teamed up with the organisers of the annual floral extravaganza to give away tickets.

The two-day event, now in its 132nd year, is being held this year on Friday 9 and Saturday 10 August in the Quarry Park, Shrewsbury.

It is two days fully packed with entertainment, floral displays, special celebrity guests, food and amazing arena entertainment along with its famous Fireworks finale each night.

This year world-renowned celebrity gardening guru David Domoney has been announced as the star of this year’s prestigious Shrewsbury Flower Show.

David has been the resident gardener on ITV’s This Morning for more than ten years. He also presents ITV’s Love Your Garden programme alongside Alan Titchmarsh.

In the food Marque, John Torode is returning to the show for a second time as a special guest of the culinary stage. Recognised as one half of the successful duo behind BBC One’s MasterChef, Celebrity MasterChef, and Junior MasterChef, John has a host of other credits to his name.

The popular Australian chef has appeared on many cooking shows including A Cook Abroad, The A to Z of TV Cooking, as well as a four-year stint as the resident chef on ITV’s This Morning.

The Main Arena

Scouting For Girls will headline Saturday evening at Shrewsbury Flower Show
Scouting For Girls will headline Saturday evening at Shrewsbury Flower Show

In the main arena on Saturday evening will be pop giants Scouting For Girls. The London-based band have been recording and performing for more than 10 years, have had multiple number one hits and sold more than two million records

Meanwhile, on Friday evening Gary Mullen & The Works take to the stage for the what some describe as the ultimate tribute act to Freddie Mercury and Queen.

Gary, a lifelong queen fan had his life transformed after appearing as his idol on itv’s Stars in Their Eyes 19 years ago. Gary won the overall Live Grand Final, polling 864,838 votes, more than double the runner up and setting the all-time record for votes on the show. He has not looked back since and has performed in numerous countries with his band The Works.

Along with a host of other entertainment in the main arena throughout the day, The Imps motorcycle display team will be appearing on both days of the event.

The Imps have thrilled crowds all over the world with their breathtaking performances and the team aged five to 16 never fail to impress as they keep audiences on the edges of their seats with their antics.

The 132nd Shrewsbury Flower show really is one not to miss with tickets on sale now. To find out more visit: shrewsburyflowershow.org.uk

Competition Winner – Tickets to the Shrewsbury Flower Show

Shropshire Live teamed up with the Shropshire Horticultural Society, organisers of the Shrewsbury Flower show, to giveaway two adult tickets to this year’s show.

We asked the question; for how many years has the Shrewsbury Flower Show been held? The correct answer was 132 years.

Congratulations to Lindsay Newbery-Buckley from Wellington

She has won a pair of adults tickets to this year’s show. Many thanks to everyone who entered.

PRIZE DETAILS & TERMS
From all the correct answers received by Noon on Friday 2 August 2019, one lucky entrant will win 2 Adult tickets to this year’s Shrewsbury Flower Show, tickets only valid for Friday or Saturday. Only one entry per email address – duplicate entries will be void. The tickets will be posted 1st class by Shropshire Live, the winner will be contacted via email for address details – failure to reply within 3 days will result in the prize being forfeited.

What happens to your data?
Shropshire Live wants to make it clear what happens with the data you submit when entering this competition. Shropshire Live will collect the data entered into the form in order to run the competition, only the details of the winner will be passed on to the organisers or used by ourselves to supply the prize, Shropshire Live will delete details submitted within 30 days of the competition closing. You can read our full competition terms and conditions here.

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