Haddonstone, the UK’s leading manufacturer of fine landscape and garden ornaments, fireplaces and architectural stonework, has invited Perennial to be a special guest exhibitor at their Special Show Garden Opening on Saturday 6 August, at their headquarters in the village of East Haddon, Northamptonshire.
The gardens, which are not normally open to the general public at weekends, are truly inspirational, displaying everything from planters, fountains and statues to sundials, balustrades and follies. Along with the interior showroom, you’ll get the chance to see many of Haddonstone’s designs in their intended setting.
In an addition to being a guest exhibitor for the event, Haddonstone will also be making a donation to Perennial for every sale they make on the day, supporting our HortAid fundraising campaign.
The company has supported Perennial previously. It played a key role in the success of the Perennial Legacy Garden at the 2015 RHS Tatton Park Flower Show. Designed by Paul Hervey-Brookes, Haddonstone stonework helped to secure a Gold Medal for the garden, along with the coveted “Best Show Garden” accolade.
Simon Scott, Marketing Director at Haddonstone, says:
“After playing a key role in providing stonework for the Perennial show garden at Tatton last year, we’re delighted to continue to support the foremost benevolent charity, where they will be guest exhibitor at one of our ‘Special Saturday’ show garden openings. A percentage from every sale will go to Perennial – so please do support the event.”
Laura Garnett and Sue Brinsden will be attending the event on behalf of Perennial, helping to raise awareness and sell some of our popular products, including the new Floreo range of greetings cards. Sue says,
“We’re thrilled to be forging a closer working relationship with our friends at Haddonstone and looking forward enormously to seeing everyone at the ‘Special Saturday’ event. We’re very grateful to Simon and the team at Haddonstone for giving us the chance to be the guest exhibitor.”
With a glass of bubbly and canapés on arrival, and music from the acclaimed jazz sax player John Ray Driscoll on the lawn, this is an event not to be missed! To find out more, and to view directions, visit the Haddonstone website.