Galmpton Floral Day 2005

                         will be run on
                  Sunday September 4th 

Click here for details of events or see below


We have decided to try September instead of June this year to give a seasonal variation to the Open Gardens and the exhibits in The Village Flower Show, and to enable  a Vegetable Show to be staged ( not enough vegetables around in June!) Also the change of month would give more space between it and the other big village event The Gooseberry Pie Fair in July. It will also give us the chance to theme the Barn Chapel mini Flower Festival and the evening performance of Words and Music towards Autumn and Harvest which will be a change. I will let you know in a month or so the exact programme. There will be similarities but  we are also devising some new additional events. 

Please Note ....If anyone is interested in Opening their garden on Floral Day and joining the Five Gardeners who have already signed up, please contact me, Jill Memery 844103!   Email


A full day of Events  10-00am – 9-30pm


Village Flower & Vegetable Show

Open Gardens

Craft Show with a Horticultural theme

Mini Harvest Festival

Homemade Homegrown Event

 Garden Stall

Children’s Plant Craft Challenge
Round the Village Family Quiz Trail

Words and Music for Michaelmas

 Schedules for the Shows out Now

Available from The Galleon Stores, Galmpton

 Full details of the Day in

The Galmpton Floral Day Brochure (out July 12th)

Available  from ALL Galmpton Shops

Proceeds to

The Village Institute, The Galmpton Floral Project

with contributions to other Galmpton Village Activities & Projects

 The Sponsorship

generously afforded by Eric Lloyd & Co

is gratefully acknowledged


For more information contact:  (co-ordinator) Jill Memery Email





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Galmpton in pictures

Take a guided tour round our beautiful village and landscape

Gooseberry Pie Fair 03

Gooseberry Pie Fair 04

The annual event of the Gooseberry Pie Fair held in Galmpton

Galmpton wildlife

In the fields around the village you can see many animals

The old Windmill
Situated on the village common and seen when driving to Brixham

The Village Hall
Used by the community and situated on Greenway Road