Near Tamworth, B78 2AE
Sunday 23 June 2024
Times: 10am - 4pm
Admission: Garden and Plant Fair: £3.50
This is a special offer for these special events only.
Refreshments: Tearoom open. Coffee shop in Courtyard. Picnics welcome.
The fair is wheelchair accessible but surface is uneven in places. See venue website for garden accessibility details
Dogs on leads welcome in the fair and garden
We also have a spring plant fair here -
2024 will be our 10th year at Middleton Hall and the plant fair has become firmly established in all plant lovers' calendars.
The fair attracts some of the best nurseries from across the country and has a welcoming, friendly atmosphere.
The grounds are a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) including a nine acre lake, noted Walled Garden and a children's play park. Adjacent to the grounds are the RSPB reserve, Middleton Lakes.
There is an adjacent Courtyard Centre, with specialist shops and cafe.
Middleton Hall has a special place in the history of our understanding of plants. It was the home of Francis Willughby, the naturalist an original Fellow of the Royal Society and it was here that he brought his teacher and friend, the first great English naturalist, John Ray. Ray compiled his Catalogus Angliae here, one of the first attempts at a comprehensive listing of British plants.
Line-up for Sun 23 June Middleton Hall
Middleton Hall Trust