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The Confetti Flower Field And Bredon Hill, Wick, Worcestershire

For One Week Only! Come and see the Delphinium Union Jack Flag in our Confetti Flower Field

Open daily from 30th June – 9th July 2017, 10am – 5pm with entry costing just £2.50 for adults and children under 16 FREE.

Full details on our website.

2017 is our 20th year of growing wedding confetti and to celebrate we have planted another Delphinium Union Jack Flag in our Confetti Flower Field!

Back by popular demand the enormous red, white and blue carpet of flowers is coming into bloom and will be a wonderful spectacle in the beautiful Worcestershire countryside.

Alongside the Flag there are beautiful stripes of colourful flowers, winding paths, walkways and lovely views to Bredon Hill and the surrounding countryside. Bring your friends and family, come and have a wander, enjoy the scenery, soak up the colours, take some photos and we are excited to announce that we will also have The Confetti Café in the flower field where you can enjoy tea, coffee and delicious locally made cakes!

Opening Times: 30th June – 9th July 2017

  • Gates will open at 10am and close at 5pm each evening.
  • Last entry time: 4.30pm.
  • Admission £2.50 per person. Children under 16 go FREE but must be accompanied by an adult.
  • Sorry – no dogs allowed.
  • Free parking on site – please follow the signs.
  • Fresh bunches of flowers for sale

The Confetti Café will be open daily serving tea, coffee, cakes and ice creams. Last servings 4.30pm. (This is a new venture for us and we’re learning as we go so the café is subject to availability – we hope we’ve ordered enough cake!)

On Saturday 1st of July we are having an ‘Anniversary Party’ to celebrate our 20 years of growing confetti. Come along from 2.30pm to meet newly engaged local superstars Prunella and Eggbert the Plums, and The Pershore Plum Princesses. Please wear your best Union Jack hats, t–shirts or red, white and blue clothes and we’ll take a group photo around the flag at 3pm. (Or if it’s wet bring a brightly coloured brolly.) And everyone who attends will get a free ticket for our prize draw!

Weather: The flowers fields are very dependent on the weather! Please check back to this page closer to the time of your visit for any updates. If you will be travelling a long distance to see the flowers PLEASE GET IN TOUCH BEFORE YOU TRAVEL so we can advise you as to how the flowers are looking.

Visiting: Please remember this is a farm field and we recommend you wear appropriate footwear and a hat and sunscreen when it is sunny. There is very little shade in the field. Conversely it will be muddy in wet weather. The field is bumpy and uneven underfoot and unsuitable for most wheelchairs and pushchairs/prams.

We are a working farm. Access to the field will be along single track roads and farm tracks – PLEASE DRIVE CAREFULLY AND CONSIDERATELY. Please give us a call if you have any questions regarding access and accessibility. We welcome group visits but regret we are unable to offer talks or tours.

Please note – The Confetti Flower Field is part of Wyke Manor Farm and situated on private property. We are a working farm – our flowers are grown to be harvested for wedding confetti – please do not pick the flowers or stray from the mown pathways. There is no access outside of the opening hours and no access to any surrounding fields. Please do not walk in our crops.

The Real Flower Petal Confetti Company, Wyke Manor, Wick, Pershore, Worcestershire WR10 3NZ

Coast Fashions Limited

The Real Flower Petal Confetti Company

The Real Flower Petal Confetti Co was established in 1997, after Charles saw petals fall from the bouquet he was carrying for his wife - such pretty and natural confetti - perfect for weddings! The Wyke Manor Estate is now the British centre for real flower confetti, and hundreds of thousands of petals are handpicked each summer.
Our confetti has been used at the weddings of celebrities and Royalty. Madonna – Catherine Zeta Jones – Olympic Champion Jessica Ennis all used our petals for their confetti moment, and William and Harry bought our petals to throw over Charles and Camilla at their wedding. They all chose our confetti for it\'s unique beauty and ability to biodegrade as naturally as blossom.

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