Vroomin’ blooming Flower Shows
Whether it’s the iconic Chelsea and Hampton Court shows or a local event, there’s a variety of specialist agricultural vehicles putting some horse power into this summer’s flower power.
A feast of floral delights awaits at the world-renowned Chelsea Flower Show this week, flower-packed sculptures and contemporary installations wowing the 157,000 visitors expected to descend on this glamourous yet quintessentially British event.
While the crowds enjoy the heady scents in Chelsea this week, teams of agricultural experts are revving-up for the Hampton Court Garden Festival in July, the largest flower show in the world, with gardens for wellbeing take centre stage this year.
Cherry pickers, flat bed trucks, golf carts, mowers, carting trolleys and forklift trucks – vehicles of all types and sizes are required to transform these spaces in Chelsea, Hampton Court and local events every year. Much like garden centres, these floral festivals are visitor destinations that require precise, specialised vehicles to ready the installations, as well as extensive upkeep throughout the events. These sites, by their nature, have to look impressive at all times, the grounds properly maintained for customers to enjoy them.
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ERS is the UK’s largest specialist motor only insurer underwritten by Lloyd’s and rated A+. For over 70 years, we have worked directly with brokers to provide bespoke cover for their customers’ specialist requirements.
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