Grosvenor London is hosting Belgravia in Bloom in May, a ‘floral festival’ which coincides with the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Chelsea Flower Show.
Belgravia in Bloom, which runs from 22-27 May 2017, will consist of a series of events, installations, and floral displays, all united by the theme of children’s books.
Residents and businesses in Belgravia are being invited to put together their own floral displays in a way which fits in with the chosen theme of children’s books.
Grosvenor will be running a competition for the best floral displays, and residents are being encouraged to transform their gardens or put out flower boxes. Whether you have a shop, café, pub, restaurant, or you live in Belgravia, anyone and everyone is welcome to join in the floral festivities.
Belgravia residents and local businesses will also be given a walking guide put together by Grosvenor, allowing them to see where the floral displays are.
The festival is open to the public, so if you want to catch a glimpse of Belgravia in full colour this May, make sure you don’t miss this floral festival. The organiser aims for the event to be just as successful – if not more so – than last year.
Last year’s Belgravia in Bloom festival, also held in May, was a stunning success. Many homes and local businesses took part, including Soane Britain on Pimlico Road, Bionda Castana on Elizabeth Street, and patisserie Pierre Hermé on Lowndes Street. There were pop-up garden installations and floral-themed food on offer, including at The Berkeley. While visitors also got to sample a floral-inspired cake produced by local cake maker extraordinaire, Peggy Porschen.
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