RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2009 May 19 to 23

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The ultimate event in the gardening calendar
Nowhere makes gardening more fashionable than the RHS Chelsea Flower Show. A catwalk of colour and creativity, the brightest new ideas, the latest trends and the pinnacle of design make this show the one the world wants to see. So make sure you're there to enjoy gardening at its most gorgeous and glamorous.

The Sculptors:

Adams Arts & Antiques Limited Bronze garden statuary
Architectural Heritage Arches arbours gazebos pergolas,Obelisks, Sculptures, Statuary, Sundials
Black Forge Art Ltd Weathervanes, house signs & garden forgework
Border Sundials Bespoke sundials
Brian Alabaster Ltd Bronze sculpture
Broadbent Garden sculpture
Calaig Design Bronze sculpture
Chi-Africa Ltd Recycled metal & hand carved stone sculpture
Christopher Lisney - Garden Sculpture Hand forged metal sculpture
Creation Sculpture Stainless steel, copper, bronze & stained glass sculpture
David Goode Sculpture Ltd Bronze sculpture & water features
David Harber Ltd Sundials, sculpture & water features
Designs-in-Stainless Water features, planters, garden furniture & bird tables
Dragons Wood Forge Garden art & sculpture
English Wirework English iron & wire work
Felix Campania and Sons Ltd Bronze sculpture
Garden Art and Design Copper water features & sculpture, accessories & furniture
Garden ironwork
Gardeniron Wrought iron arbours, plant supports & furniture Stone sculpture & contemporary African art
H. Crowther Ltd Lead Sculpture
Hamish Mackie Sculpture Limited edition Bronze sculpture
Hayhoe Designs Ltd - The Sculpture House Glass sculpture
Hogben Pottery Ceramics & sculpture for home & garden
Ian Gill Sculptures Metal sculpture
Italian Terrace Terracotta pots, plaques, urns & containers
Jan Sweeney Bronze scupltures of wildlife
Jenny Pickford Artist Blacksmith Steel & blown glass water features & sculpture
Judith Hobbs Studio Pottery Terracotta & stoneware pottery
Longkloof Pottery Hand thrown glazed jars & planters
Lucy Smith Ceramic Garden Sculpture Glazed ceramic bowls, plaques, balls & spout
Michael Jacques Artistic metalwork & sculpture
Michael Speller Contemporary bronze sculpture
Original Stone Troughs Antique stone troughs, millstones & bird baths
Oxford Planters Ltd Planters
Penkridge Ceramics Still life studies
Philip Simmonds Sculptural Ceramics Handmade sculptural ceramic pots
pret-a-pot Ltd Ceramic planters
Quist Ltd Handmade copper water sculpture: Trees of tranquility
Redwood Stone Gothic folly & garden ornaments
Rupert Till Bronze & wire sculpture
Sarah Eberle in Good Company featuring Hot Metal Engineering Ltd Metal garden furniture
Sculpture Culture Contemporary, limited edition bronze sculpture
Secret Gardens Furniture Hand forged rusted arches, plant supports & furniture
Simon Henson Sculptor Bronze sculpture
Stephen C Markham Collection Lead planters, statuary & water features
Stephen Charlton Sculpture Bronze animal sculpture
Stonecraft Bird baths, sundials, water features & sculpture
Strawberry Steel Forged metalwork & stainless steel garden sculpture
Straysparks Creative Metalwork Plant supports, obelisks, arches & birdbaths
Studio Forge Ironwork & sculpture
The Sculpture Collective Limited edition bronze sculpture
Tom Stogdon Slate & stone sculpture
Tristen May Handmade galvanised metal garden furniture & gardenware
Willie Wildlife Sculptures Bronze birdbaths & statuary
Wilstone House & Gardens Sandstone ornaments & wrought iron gazebos
Woodenzone Driftwood sculptures & garden furnishings Stone sculpture from Zimbabwe

Travelling to the show
We recommend visitors travel to the show by public transport. The RHS Chelsea Flower Show is located within the Transport for London congestion zone.
To find out more on how to navigate to the showground from other areas of London, go to the Transport for London Journey Planner.
Sloane Square Underground Station (on the District and Circle Line) is a 10-minute walk.

Bus numbers 11, 137, 211, 239, 360 and 452 stop closest to the showground, while bus numbers 19, 22, 319 and C1 stop at Sloane Square.
For further information on underground and bus travel visit the Transport for London website or call 020 7222 1234.

Victoria is the closest mainline station. A shuttle service runs between Victoria train station and the show from 7am to 8pm each day (6pm final day).
Adult: £2/£3.50 return. Children, senior citizens, Oyster card and Travel card holders: £2/£3 return.
For further information on rail services visit the National Rail Enquiries website or call 08457 484950.

Public parking, including for orange/blue badge holders, is available in Battersea Park. Battersea Park is located outside the Transport for London congestion zone and is approximately 20 minutes’ walk from the show. Alternatively, a park and ride service is available.
There are more than 2,000 spaces available from Tuesday to Friday, and on Saturday a lesser number of spaces are available due to other public events in Battersea Park.
Wandsworth Council parking charges apply: cars £25* per day, £15* after 2.30pm; motorcycles: no charge; coaches £30*.
* Please note: These prices were quoted to us by Wandsworth Council and are, as far as we are aware, correct, but should be checked before parking.

Bicycle racks will be available in Burton’s Court.

Coach companies must apply for a police set down/pick up permit in advance. To apply, e-mail details of the number of coaches, the day(s) of attendance, name and address to .

Disabled visitors
Parking is available in Battersea Park as above. Buses with wheelchair access run regularly to and from the show. Visitors needing to use the mobility bus should advise the parking stewards on arrival at Battersea Park.
Attendants cannot be provided but one companion is admitted free of charge per wheelchair user, visually impaired visitor or other person whose disability necessitates a carer.

Wheelchairs are available for loan, but must be reserved in advance.
For information on wheelchair loan call 0845 260 7000 from 5 January 2009. Limited availability. The closing date for booking is 15 May 2009.

The Rock Bank Restaurant offers a full English breakfast, three-course lunches, and late afternoon/early evening meals. To book a table, call 0845 260 7000 from 27 October 2008 during office hours (booking line closes two days before the relevant show day). Limited availability; please book early to avoid disappointment.
Restaurant bookings cost
Breakfast £15.50 Lunch £49.50 Dinner £49.50

Hospitality packages
If you’re looking for something special for your corporate hospitality calendar, the RHS Chelsea Flower Show is an occasion not to be missed. Enjoy the finest hospitality at the most prestigious flower show in the world.
Find out more and book your package

Catalogue information
Catalogues cost £5 (plus £1.50 p&p in advance). Catalogues can be ordered in advance by calling 0844 209 0353, when buying your tickets online or bought on the day. The last day for ordering catalogues in advance is 29 April 2009.
Please note that catalogues will be posted first class during the week before the show.
This service is ONLY available within the UK.

The showground
For reasons of comfort and safety, children under five, babes in arms, pushchairs and prams are not admitted under any circumstances.
There is no re-admission once you leave the showground.
No animals admitted to the show, except for registered guide or assistance dogs.
Please note that this is a temporary, outdoor event on open parkland and is subject to varying weather and ground conditions. Although some temporary trackway is laid, much of the event is on open ground and care must be taken. We therefore advise that you check the weather forecast for the day of your visit, consider the nature of the event and the effects of any inclement weather on surface conditions, and wear suitable clothing and footwear. In extreme weather conditions, access may be restricted in the interest of safety.
Visitors will be subject to security searches.
Access information for disabled visitors
Full details on access to and around the showground

Terms & conditions
Tickets are sold subject to the terms and conditions of issue.
You should note that in the event of cancellation or curtailment of the whole or part of the event, only limited refunds are available. A full copy of the terms and conditions (including refund policy) is available online or by writing to the Membership Department, RHS, 80 Vincent Square, London SW1P 2PE.

Opening times
Tuesday to Friday:
8am – 8pm
8am – 5.30pm

Ticket prices

See the show first and its best at one of two members-only days - Tuesday 19 & Wednesday 20 May.
Join the RHS today
Gain access to members’ days or save up to £22 on a pair of public day tickets
(two members’ tickets = £64, two public tickets = £86)
RHS members rates (in advance) Day(s) 8am–8pm 3.30–8pm 5.30–8pm
Tue 19 £48 £24 £15.50
Wed 20 £39 £21 £13.50
Thu 21, Fri 22 £39 £21 £13.50
Sat 23 * £32 n/a n/a
Public rates Day(s) 8am–8pm 3.30–8pm 5.30–8pm
Thu 21, Fri 22 £43 £24 £18.50
Sat 23 * £43 n/a n/a
* The show closes at 5.30pm on Sat 23 May
Children under five, babes in arms, prams and pushchairs are not admitted.
£1.75 fee per booking (RHS members exempt)

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