The Knowsley Flower Show 2022 weekend welcomed more than 25,000 people to Court Hey Park. And what a wonderful weekend it was! Here’s a snapshot of the two days…

This family sit amongst the Wonderful Wildflowers made by artist Faith Bebbington. Faith has worked with communities to create these flowers out of recyclable materials.

Children enjoyed the flowers and facepainting!

This little one isn't 'missing a thing'!

Mums and dads had a go in the fun activities.

A jester wows visitors.

Plant pot fun!

A wide variety of tempting food and drink stalls were also available for people to enjoy.

The Liverpool Ukulele Orchestra entertained visitors during both days.

Artist James Brunt created a beautiful land art installation for people to enjoy.

Richard Burniston showing off his prizewinning onion.

This exhibitor shows off his marrow.

Teresa Roberts won the the Arthur Jackson Master Gardner Class award.

L-R : Cllr Joanne Burke, Mayor of Prescot with her Consort Mrs Margaret Harding-Sheppard, Mayor of Whiston Councillor, Marianne Burke-Thompson, and her Consort Mrs Thelma Hunt

Circus skills for the dads!

There was something for the whole family to enjoy.

People enjoy the displays in the floral marquee.

Artist Faith Bebbington stands with her completed Wonderful Wildflower display - all made entirely from recycled materials.

Admiring the beautiful floral displays.

Artist Faith Bebbington created 'Wonderful Wildflowers' with members of the public.

The Mayor and Mayoress of Knowsley visited both the Feelgood Festival and Flower Show.

The Mayor of Knowsley enjoys looking at the displays in the floral marquee.

Chris Nightingale won the Banksian Medal for the most points in the Knowsley Flower Show.

Drumming and storytelling workshops.

Picnics and princesses in the park.

Local singing group, Songbirds gave some beautiful performances.

Bob Sumner, Pot Plant Judge stands with Helen Dolan who won Best in General Cut Flowers.