Greyton Rose Fair

2012-09-27 09:54

When: Saturday, 27 October 2012 - Sunday, 28 October 2012

Where: Greyton

The 21st annual Greyton Rose Fair on 27 and 28 October showcases the beauty and tranquility of this fairy-like village in Spring. This year the theme of the festival is "Flower Power".

Highlights include visits to some of Greyton's most beautiful rose gardens, an arts and crafts market, an exhibition of roses, art exhibitions, various concerts, sports activities and activities for children.

For more information call 028 254 9564 or visit the Greyton Tourism website.

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