Following the success of our 2018 Grand Draw we are going to continue to  donate 10% of our raffle takings to charity. 2019 is our 150th anniversary and we are pleased to announce that this year’s donation will go to The Great Western Air Ambulance. Raffle tickets will be available to buy at the Show on both Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th August and can also be obtained from Alan Baker, please phone him on 01275 876803 for more details.

Quiz nights will begin again with our popular Quizmaster Mr. Alan Baker,

Please contact Alan on 01275 876803 for more information about the next quiz.

If you took any pictures of this year’s Show, then we would be very pleased to see them and [with your permission] publish them on our site. Please send them to clevedonflowershowpublicity@gmail.com

3 winning carrots
The Quack Pack in action at a previous Show
Gromit immortalised in cake at a previous Show
Gladiolus exhibit at a previous Show
A winning flower arrangement at a previous Show
Prize winning entry to The Allotment class

Other Events in 2019

Events in 2019

Plant sales in May, now confirmed for Saturday 11th May from 09:00 to 13:00 [unless we run out!]

Schedules will be available to buy [from Clevedon Library, AYS, West End Post Office]  if you haven’t purchased one yet.


Perimeter Advertising

If you are interested in having a banner on our perimeter fencing from Wednesday 21st August – when the fencing is put up – to the end of Sunday 25th August then please contact our Committee Member Mr. Alan Baker on 01275 876803

Get Involved

Volunteers needed

If you have a few hours to spare around Show time and would like to see behind the scenes, then now’s your chance.

We are interested in hearing from anyone with skills in cash handling, plumbing, electrics, catering, advertising and to liaise with the judges as they make their way round the marquee on Saturday morning.

If you are interested in helping in any capacity, then please e-mail Sarah Adams on cfs.generalsecretary@gmail.com

Thank you.

Clevedon Flower Show has been held for nearly 150 years, for the enjoyment of the people of Clevedon and visitors to the area. We receive no outside help or funding and can only continue if we have enough volunteers to run the event and can generate enough income to cover the considerable costs of putting it on.