Grow it, make it, bake it, show it!

Spring Plant Sale

Sat 16th May 2020
An opportunity to kick start your growing season with great value plants. Annuals, perennials and herbaceous flowers, herbs and vegetable seedlings. Gardening books. Tea/coffee.

10:30am-12:30pm Admission £1
Claverton Down Community Hall

The Annual Flower & Produce Show

Sat 5th Sept 2020
Running for over 75 years, this show attracts entries from Widcombe, Claverton Down, Combe Down and further afield. Over 100 entry classes of fruit, vegetables, flowers, baking, photography and crafting.

3pm Children’s Races
3.30pm Small Pet Parade
4pm Prize Giving in the Hall
4.30pm The Famous Produce Auction

Admission £1 Children FREE
Claverton Down Community Hall and Marquee

Show schedule and entry form for 2020 coming soon

Autumn AGM Fish & Chip Supper

Thurs 15th Oct 2020
A chance for members to get together and reflect on the year, welcome new members and hold a short AGM. Followed by an informal fish and chip supper, BYO drinks.

10:30am-12:30pm Admission £1
Claverton Down Community Hall

About Us

For over 75 years, this Annual Show a little over a mile from the centre of Bath has retained all the charm of a traditional village show with its marquee and white tablecloths, homemade teas and cakes, traditional prize giving ceremony, rustic crafts and countryside stalls (e.g beekeepers, green woodworking), traditional children's games (e.g hook a duck and snail racing) and 100s of classes of fruit, veg, herbs, flowers, baking, photography, sculpture, art and handicrafts. There are some entertaining novelty classes and lots of children’s categories to choose from. It is a great value afternoon out for all the family.

The first Flower Show was held on August 19th 1898 in the grounds of Claverton Manor House and the 17th was held in 1960. Two World Wars as well as financial difficulties having interrupted the continuity.

It was then usually held in fields on Claverton Down but in 1959 it moved to the Community Hall, the hall itself being most convenient for the serving of teas and the exhibition of handicrafts while the grounds accommodate the tents for flowers and vegetables.

from 'The History of Claverton', 1962