Free and discounted tickets to The Country Living Spring Fair


We love to visit The Country Living Spring Fair, which is always fragrant with blooms and bursting with fresh ideas for the new season.

This year’s fair is due to take place from 18-22nd March in The Business Design Centre, London and is the perfect way to get inspired with lots of ideas for your home and garden with an array of carefully selected exhibitors, from small producers to craftspeople from across the British Isles.

Alongside a unique shopping experience, you’ll be able to see the pages of the magazine come to life in a range of seasonal features. From lively talks and hands-on workshops, to lamb feeding and a beautiful Spring Garden with experts on hand to give you advice, this year’s fair promises to be a wonderful celebration of the season.

Win a pair of tickets to the Gala Evening

Courtesy of  Country Living magazine, we have a pair of tickets to give away to one lucky reader which will be valid from Wednesday to Saturday. For a chance to win the free tickets, simply leave a comment in the box below, telling us what you love most about the UK in the spring. The winner will be picked on 2oth February and notified by email. Good luck!

Exclusive £1 off ticket offer

If you just can’t wait and want to buy your tickets right away, we’re also offering an exclusive £1 off ticket offer so you can buy an advance adult ticket for £12 instead of £13 (£16.50 on the door). To book tickets for the London show visit and enter discount code S15M02 at the checkout.


For more details, visit the Country Living Spring Fair website >>


  1. Julia Atkinson says:

    After the long, dark British winter days, suddenly spring fills you with a new energy and optimism

  2. Bridget mellor says:

    The think I love most about Spring are the amazing wild flowers delicate primrose of palest hue vibrant brilliant bluebells and the pungent aroma of wild garlic in the woods The Spring CL Fair too !

  3. JULIE JOHNS says:

    The return of warmth, sunshine and spring flowers!

  4. It has to be the daffodils and vast array of bulbs that burst into bloom in the spring. (And of course fond memories of having our wedding photos taken with daff blooms smiling away in a country house garden!) Being from Australia, I’ve never seen anything more beautiful than the UK in springtime.

  5. Sue Stevenson says:

    I love the onset of Spring its like an artists canvas with the wonderful array of colours as flowers and trees burst in to bloom topped with the sound of birdsong it makes you feel good to be alive.

  6. Julia mealing says:

    I love daffodils

  7. L J Jameson says:

    The breathtaking diversity of our natural habitats – brooding blue-grey skies to lavender-blue carpets of bluebells; the abundance of new life, new growth.

  8. Miriam Cheeseman says:

    The colourful flowers, the longer days and knowing summer is on the way.

  9. I love the first days I notice that the leaves are about to burst on the trees – the green is so bright and vivid and the trees look so delicately decorated with green jewels.

  10. Emma Salmon says:

    England in the spring is my favourite time of year… the multi-coloured bulb flowers; the cute, bouncy lambs gently baaing in the fields; the vibrant green of new life on trees and in our hedgerows; long bank holiday weekends; the gentle warmth of the sun; the hope and joy of longer days; sowing seeds and pottering in my garden; Easter chocolate; planning summer holidays; flinging open windows and letting the fresh air and birdsong fill the house… a fresh start :)

  11. I love the fact that everything seems to be reborn after the cold “duvet” days of winter.

  12. I love that everythingg seems to be reborn after the cold cold “duvet” days of winter.

  13. Lorraine Race says:

    Living in a semi-rural location I love to see the Spring lambs arriving and gambling in the fields.

  14. Hannah McIntosh says:

    For me, I know that Spring is about to arrive when I can walk home in partial daylight … the beautiful dusk light at 5pm is a sign that sunny evenings are on their way!

  15. georgie pope says:

    seeing my cats frolic in the sun

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