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Welcome to St Austell Garden Town


The next Garden Festival will take place on Saturday 22nd June 2019


The annual Garden Festival in St. Austell, Cornwall is a celebration of the town’s famous gardens, beautiful surrounding landscapes, it’s bio-diverse local wildlife and all things green and gardening!

Welcoming all sectors of its vibrant community, the festival includes young and old, residents and visitors and features bands and music, projects by local schools and displays from local historic gardens, and retail stands from local plantsmen, conservation charities and food stalls.

The Garden Festival, has a sister project Whitegold Festival an annual event that happens in September which further enhances the rich historic town of St Austell by creating art in public spaces, working with artists, makers and designers from across Cornwall and the UK.

Contact us if you would like to get involved, join our mailing list or keep in touch on social media. We look forward to seeing you soon.

St Austell Bay Economic Forum runs both projects with funding from the Coastal Communities Project and, other partners and sponsors below.

To find out about other events in St Austell please visit the St Austell website or the St Austell Facebook page

Programme for the 22nd June 2019!!

For this coming Saturday at St Austell Garden Festival we are going to have lots of stalls and entertainment for ...
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So excited for the 22nd June 2019!!

We are so looking forward to the St Austell Garden Festival this Saturday 22nd June! The Eden Project are displaying ...
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An invitation to all schools

Schools are invited to participate in this year's Garden Festival We are pleased to announce that all the local children ...
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The Garden Town project is a partnership between St Austell Bay Economic Forum, St Austell Town Council, St Austell BID, White River Place and Cornwall Council.

The project is generously supported by The Eden Project, Pinetum Gardens, The Lost Gardens of Heligan, Wheal Martyn Museum and Cornwall College.

It is sponsored by Suez, Imerys, St Austell Print Company, and the St Austell Brewery.

St Austell Bay Economic Forum receives funding from the Coastal Communities Fund.