A whole area of the lower level at Glow, Bluewater, will be dedicated for visitors to celebrate in style with fairground attractions, street entertainers and musicians.
There will also be the very best British food and drink from some of the finest suppliers in the country including fine English wine from Chapel Down Vineyards and food from the likes of Aubrey Allen, supplier to top restaurants and award-winning Stokes Sauces.
The Great British Home Show is timed to coincide with the long Jubilee weekend and it will be officially opened on Thursday May 31 by celebrity DIYer Craig Phillips and BBC’s Oliver Heath and runs for five days until Monday June 4.
The show, which is sponsored by Anglian Home Improvements, will feature the very best in contemporary bathroom design, beds by leading manufacturers (including Hypnos, Reylon and Frank Hudson) and furniture from Con-Tempo, a leader in British design, and Touchwood, which manufactures bespoke furniture and will show a custom-built kitchen.
If you are thinking of extending your home the show has expert advice from the Federeation of Master Builders, loft conversion experts to advise on attic conversions and the latest in conservatory and orangery design.
Some of Britain’s leading home and garden designers will be sharing their top tips alongside unique garden displays and the latest garden furniture, including Oceans Outdoor that will help visitors turn their garden into an outdoor living room. Garden How-To sessions, led by BBC Gardener’s World expert, Alys Fowler. Author and Guardian columnist Alys, whose latest book, The Edible Garden, will be at the Show on Sunday and Monday, with her talk entitled ‘Pretty Delicious’.
Alongside are exhibitors with furnishings and decoration to buy that you won’t find on any high street.
For more details of the show including exhibitor list and the full How-To theatre schedule, visit the website www.gbhomeshow.co.uk or www.glowbluewater.co.uk