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TV gardener coming to town

Created on 01/02/2017 @ 18:51
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BBC TV presenter and gardener Joe Swift has extended his UK into 2017 with a visit to Hafren in Newtown.

It follows his debut tour last Autumn. He will be at Hafren in Newtown on 17 March.

Tickets are on sale to hear Joe reveal his journey from his Rock n Roll youth to becoming one of the country’s top garden designers.

“The audience will hear what really happens behind the scenes at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show and Gardeners World and find out what it takes to get a Chelsea Show Gold Medal,” he said.

Joe comes from a family or actors and writers his dad is Clive Swift who most famously played the brow-beaten husband in BBC sitcom Keeping Up Appearances while his mother is acclaimed novelist Margaret Drabble.

And his late uncle, David Swift, was best known as the badly-behaved news anchor Henry Davenport in Channel 4’s classic 90s satire, Drop The Dead Donkey.

Tickets can be purchased at the Hafren Box Office or at

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