Events on 19th March 2020

Michelham Priory Leaflet Exchange 2020. In The Great Barn.

Sussex Top Attractions Events

19th March 2020, 10:00 - 12:00

This is primarily an event for accommodation providers and group organisers to meet attractions and collect brochures and information for their guests.
When you visit the Sussex Top Attractions stand bona – fide accommodation providers and GTOs can claim a complimentary Trade Pass booklet, which enables two people to visit free of charge a selection of six Sussex attractions for inspection visits.
There's free parking, free entry and free refreshments. No need to book - just turn up, and bring family, friends and colleagues.

Talk: Celebrating English Gardens

Chichester Cathedral

West Street, Chichester, West Sussex

19th March 2020, 14:00 - 16:00

In the run up to the Cathedral Festival of Flowers (28 - 30 May) all are welcome at a Talk: Celebrating English Gardens with Martin Duncan of Arundel Castle and Margie Hoffnung of the Gardens Trust.

The Talk will be held at Oving Jubilee Hall, Oving. Tickets cost £15 including afternoon tea, to book a place please call 01243 813591 or email

Photo of St Richard of Chichester Rose, Festival Flower 2020

The Art of Trees outdoor exhibition

Bedgebury National Pinetum & Forest

Bedgebury Road, Goudhurst, Kent

1st April 2019 - 29th March 2020

The Art of Trees outdoor exhibition showcases Bedgebury’s tree collection. Using new and unique artworks from the Bedgebury Pinetum Florilegium Society, the free exhibition highlights the beauty and diversity of the pinetum's plants.
In this, the Forestry Commission's centenary year, what better way to celebrate than with an art exhibition of specially created, botanically accurate drawings and paintings set against the backdrop of the National Pinetum's stunning tree collection. Over 100 detailed studies of the National Pinetum's trees, both conifers and broadleaves are on display.

Bedgebury Pinetum Florilegium Society is a group of highly skilled artists who volunteer their time to capture all stages of the life cycle of the Bedgebury tree collection. This unique outdoor exhibition has been created in partnership with the Friends of Bedgebury Pinetum. The composite images created from the artworks are displayed on weather-proof boards framed with Bedgebury timber and are spread out amongst the trees.

A catalogue about the exhibition is available at the visitor centre (suggested donation £1). To find out more visit