Fun at the Kew Horticultural Society Show

Update 30/08/2017

We were incredibly lucky to have glorious weather for the Kew Horticultural Flower & Produce Show on Kew Green last Saturday, now in its 73rd year.

Congratulations to all those hard working volunteers from the Kew Horticultural Society.

Here are a few photos of the day.

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Event Information:

  • Fri
    7:00 pmThe National Archives

    Doors open at 6.30pm and the talk starts at 7pm.

    'A Riverside View of Georgian London'

    'The past and the present - for the future'

    John Inglis and Jill Sanders are behind a project to present a travelling photographic panorama of 52 miles of Thames riverbanks as a direct comparison with the historic Leigh Panorama, the 60ft extravaganza of 1829, which John has painstakingly digitally restored.

    As well as being an impressive technical accomplishment (John Inglis is a former special effects designer), the project gives a dramatic onscreen demonstration of how much and in some places, how surprisingly little, London has changed over the past two centuries.

    Jill and John will be showing an introductory film along with their talk.

    Tickets will be available on the door on the night.

    Kew Society members £3

    Non members £5

    Thames picture