What's on - in and around the City of York 2013

2013

Longer Term events/exhibitions etc Currently Running
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2013


2nd February
2013

First Saturday Lunches - A longstanding tradition at Melton's, they are very popular and booking is necessary. Todays' theme - CELEBRATION OF SPICE.

Historically, the key to the spice box was kept on a chain by the lady of the house because spice was both rare and expensive. We're celebrating the abundance and availability of spice!
- Squash Salad with Sumac and Labneh Samboosak (Soft Cheese filled Savoury Filo Pastry)
- Vanilla infused Lobster Risotto
- Braised Beef Blade with Star Anise
- Roast Pineapple with a duo of Cardamom and Cinnamon Ice-Creams


Meltons Restaurant
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4th February
2013

The Monthly Monday Meal - A longstanding tradition at Melton's, they are very popular and booking is necessary. Todays' theme - CELEBRATION OF SPICE.

Historically, the key to the spice box was kept on a chain by the lady of the house because spice was both rare and expensive. We're celebrating the abundance and availability of spice!
- Squash Salad with Sumac and Labneh Samboosak (Soft Cheese filled Savoury Filo Pastry)
- Vanilla infused Lobster Risotto
- Braised Beef Blade with Star Anise
- Roast Pineapple with a duo of Cardamom and Cinnamon Ice-Creams


Meltons Restaurant
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25-28th April
2013

2012 Harrogate Spring Flower Show - The Harrogate Spring Flower Show is regarded by many as the start of the UK's gardening show season. Flower Halls 1 & 2 are home to over 100 of the country's leading horticultural nurseries, all exhibiting and competing for The Premier Award and NEHS Trophy for Best-in-Show. All the nurserymen are experts in their field and are happy to offer specialist advice.
A huge range of gardening accessories on sale: summerhouses, statues, a ceramic pot, gardening tools...we've got the lot! Much of the Showground is hard-surfaced and over 70% of the Show is under cover, either in fully ramped and floored marquees or in the two permanent exhibition halls. A grand day out…whatever the weather



9.30 am -
5.30 pm
The Great Yorkshire Showground,
Harrogate
Flower Show

13-15th September
2013

2012 Harrogate Autumn Flower Show - The Harrogate Autumn Flower Show is regarded by many as the end of the UK's gardening show season.

From volcano dust and fish heads to vacuum cleaner fluff and llama manure, generations of gardeners have tried many weird and wonderful ingredients in their quest to find the perfect recipe for growing monster vegetables. Now visitors will have the chance to see the fruits of those labours first hand as mammoth marrows and colossal cucumbers join the traditional displays of top class flowers, fruit and vegetables.

The series of classes for giant vegetables is just one of the new developments, as well as the very biggest, show organisers will also be looking for the very best as they set the challenge to find the NEHS Master Gardener.

The Master Gardener class is to promote all round horticultural excellence in growing flowers, plants, fruit and vegetables. A grand day out…whatever the weather



9.30 am -
5.30 pm
The Great Yorkshire Showground,
Harrogate
Flower Show

Future Events and Attractions

2014

24-27th April
2014

2012 Harrogate Spring Flower Show - The Harrogate Spring Flower Show is regarded by many as the start of the UK's gardening show season. Flower Halls 1 & 2 are home to over 100 of the country's leading horticultural nurseries, all exhibiting and competing for The Premier Award and NEHS Trophy for Best-in-Show. All the nurserymen are experts in their field and are happy to offer specialist advice.
A huge range of gardening accessories on sale: summerhouses, statues, a ceramic pot, gardening tools...we've got the lot! Much of the Showground is hard-surfaced and over 70% of the Show is under cover, either in fully ramped and floored marquees or in the two permanent exhibition halls. A grand day out…whatever the weather



9.30 am -
5.30 pm
The Great Yorkshire Showground,
Harrogate
Flower Show

12-14th September
2014

2012 Harrogate Autumn Flower Show - The Harrogate Autumn Flower Show is regarded by many as the end of the UK's gardening show season.

From volcano dust and fish heads to vacuum cleaner fluff and llama manure, generations of gardeners have tried many weird and wonderful ingredients in their quest to find the perfect recipe for growing monster vegetables. Now visitors will have the chance to see the fruits of those labours first hand as mammoth marrows and colossal cucumbers join the traditional displays of top class flowers, fruit and vegetables.

The series of classes for giant vegetables is just one of the new developments, as well as the very biggest, show organisers will also be looking for the very best as they set the challenge to find the NEHS Master Gardener.

The Master Gardener class is to promote all round horticultural excellence in growing flowers, plants, fruit and vegetables. A grand day out…whatever the weather



9.30 am -
5.30 pm
The Great Yorkshire Showground,
Harrogate
Flower Show

2015

23-26th April
2015

2012 Harrogate Spring Flower Show - The Harrogate Spring Flower Show is regarded by many as the start of the UK's gardening show season. Flower Halls 1 & 2 are home to over 100 of the country's leading horticultural nurseries, all exhibiting and competing for The Premier Award and NEHS Trophy for Best-in-Show. All the nurserymen are experts in their field and are happy to offer specialist advice.
A huge range of gardening accessories on sale: summerhouses, statues, a ceramic pot, gardening tools...we've got the lot! Much of the Showground is hard-surfaced and over 70% of the Show is under cover, either in fully ramped and floored marquees or in the two permanent exhibition halls. A grand day out…whatever the weather



9.30 am -
5.30 pm
The Great Yorkshire Showground,
Harrogate
Flower Show

18-20th September
2015

2012 Harrogate Autumn Flower Show - The Harrogate Autumn Flower Show is regarded by many as the end of the UK's gardening show season.

From volcano dust and fish heads to vacuum cleaner fluff and llama manure, generations of gardeners have tried many weird and wonderful ingredients in their quest to find the perfect recipe for growing monster vegetables. Now visitors will have the chance to see the fruits of those labours first hand as mammoth marrows and colossal cucumbers join the traditional displays of top class flowers, fruit and vegetables.

The series of classes for giant vegetables is just one of the new developments, as well as the very biggest, show organisers will also be looking for the very best as they set the challenge to find the NEHS Master Gardener.

The Master Gardener class is to promote all round horticultural excellence in growing flowers, plants, fruit and vegetables. A grand day out…whatever the weather



9.30 am -
5.30 pm
The Great Yorkshire Showground,
Harrogate
Flower Show

2016

21-24th April
2016

2012 Harrogate Spring Flower Show - The Harrogate Spring Flower Show is regarded by many as the start of the UK's gardening show season. Flower Halls 1 & 2 are home to over 100 of the country's leading horticultural nurseries, all exhibiting and competing for The Premier Award and NEHS Trophy for Best-in-Show. All the nurserymen are experts in their field and are happy to offer specialist advice.
A huge range of gardening accessories on sale: summerhouses, statues, a ceramic pot, gardening tools...we've got the lot! Much of the Showground is hard-surfaced and over 70% of the Show is under cover, either in fully ramped and floored marquees or in the two permanent exhibition halls. A grand day out…whatever the weather



9.30 am -
5.30 pm
The Great Yorkshire Showground,
Harrogate
Flower Show

16-18th September
2016

2012 Harrogate Autumn Flower Show - The Harrogate Autumn Flower Show is regarded by many as the end of the UK's gardening show season.

From volcano dust and fish heads to vacuum cleaner fluff and llama manure, generations of gardeners have tried many weird and wonderful ingredients in their quest to find the perfect recipe for growing monster vegetables. Now visitors will have the chance to see the fruits of those labours first hand as mammoth marrows and colossal cucumbers join the traditional displays of top class flowers, fruit and vegetables.

The series of classes for giant vegetables is just one of the new developments, as well as the very biggest, show organisers will also be looking for the very best as they set the challenge to find the NEHS Master Gardener.

The Master Gardener class is to promote all round horticultural excellence in growing flowers, plants, fruit and vegetables. A grand day out…whatever the weather



9.30 am -
5.30 pm
The Great Yorkshire Showground,
Harrogate
Flower Show

 

 

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