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To celebrate the beauty of all things floral, Isle of Man Flower Festival coordinates a community event encompassing floral art in any medium, predominantly fresh flowers but also including arts & crafts.

In a change from our usual Festival at locations around the Island, the 2021 Festival will reflect Covid-19 restrictions and take place from 3rd-5th July at historic St John's Mill & Conference Centre.

Located at the geographical heart of the Isle of Man, St John's Mill is a unique venue with its original working water wheel and we hope Island residents will support us by visiting the event.

We want to make your Flower Festival experience as enjoyable as possible and hope the following information will help you plan your visit to our venue.

EXHIBITORS

28 local exhibitors will be creating colourful floral displays for our 2021 event

FESTIVAL DATES & OPENING TIMES

ACCESSIBILITY FOR ALL

The 2021 Festival takes place from Saturday 3rd to Monday 5th July at St John's Mill & Conference Centre which will be open to visitors from 11am-4.30pm

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With most of our floral attractions under cover, Flower Festival is designed to be enjoyed by all whatever the weather.

St John's Mill provides excellent access to their public areas including a lift, ramps, level surfaces, disabled parking

and disabled toilets.

More info: www.stjohnsmill.com

REFRESHMENTS

ENTRANCE CHARGES

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The cafe at St John's Mill

offers tea, coffee and freshly baked cakes throughout the day.

Only food purchased here may be eaten on the premises, however, additional cafes can

be found within the Tynwald Mills complex and nearby at

St John's village.

 

Entry is FREE to our 2021 event although donations

are most welcome and will be distributed amongst

all our participants

LOCATION & PARKING

St John's Mill enjoys a central location and free parking is available nearby at the St John's Mill

& Conference Centre car park which is accessed from the Poortown Road.

Directions: from Ballacraine crossroads take the road towards Glen Helen/Kirk Michael (A3).

Take the second left turning at Ballig Bridge onto the Poortown Road (A20) to Peel.

The Mill Car Park is the first turn off to the left and clearly visible from the road.

Two disabled parking spaces are available adjacent to the St John's Mill building

which can be accessed via Tynwald Mills Shopping Centre.

For information about visiting using public transport contact Bus Vannin on 662525 or see their website

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