At The Heart Of Galmpton Life Since 1869


Galmpton Floral Days

-Celebrate The Skill and Creativity of Galmpton Residents-

Galmpton Floral Days are an annual celebration of Galmpton’s abundance of practical talent. They consist of an Open Gardens Day in the early summer, and an Autumn Festival. The later includes competitive shows devoted to Flowers, Fruit and Vegetables, Cooking and Arts and Crafts.

As well as being an opportunity to enjoy some very skilled work by local residents, the Galmpton Floral Days have also raises significant sums for local charities. The 2015 Floral Days surplus of £1200 was donated to some very worthy local good causes.

Galmpton Autumn Festival

Sunday 2nd September 2018 (11:00am - 5:00pm)

  • Flower Show
  • Fruit & Veg Show
  • Cooks' Show
  • Art Show
  • Craft Show

New! Children’s section in Craft Show!

A chance for local residents to show their skills in a range of events.

Leaflets of schedules available at the Manor Inn Galmpton, Galleon Stores and Eric Lloyd & Co. (Or from link above)

Booklet with entry forms on sale now for £1.50 at Galleon Stores, Manor Inn and Eric Lloyd & Co

Purchase of booklet gives unlimited free entry to all shows and classes!

  • Live Music
  • Teas, Coffees & Cakes
  • Cookery Demonstrations
  • Garden Doctor
  • Raffles
  • Sheep & Wool

Prize Giving by Mayor Gordon Oliver

In aid of Rowcroft & other local causes

Schedule of Events

11.00 Shows open, Refreshments start (Village Institute)

Throughout the day Live sheep! (20 Greenway Road)

12.00 Cookery Hints & Tips with Beryl Tate: Soft Berry Meringue ~ Vegetable Charlotte Club Mediterranean ~ Sweetcorn Fritters (Village Institute)

1.30 Garden Doctor John Harvey (Village Institute)

2.00 – 4.00 Live music from Odds & Ends (weather permitting), (outside Barn Chapel)

2.30 Cookery Hints & Tips with Beryl Tate: Lemon Drizzle Cake ~ Pea & Lettuce Soup Smoked Mackerel Stir Fry (Village Institute)

4.00 Shows & Refreshments close

4.30 Prize Giving & Raffle results with Elected Mayor Gordon Oliver (Village Institute)