The 2018 National Fruit Show takes place at the Kent Showground, Detling, Maidstone on Wednesday 24th & Thursday 25th October - this year is the 85th Anniversary of the Marden Fruit Show Society and the first show held in Marden in 1933 at Walton Hall, Pattenden Lane, owned by Tom Walton who was a fruit salesman.
Marden was the birthplace of what is now known as the National Fruit Show.
Click on The Marden Fruit Show Society the history of this unique society
The Marden Fruit Show Society (MFSS) is a Registered Charity run by a voluntary committee who represent many different facets of the fruit industry. The aim of the Society is to promote the better growing, grading and marketing of fruit.
The Society organises the National Fruit Show, which acts as a meeting place for the industry. The centrepiece of the show, held each October, is the largest competitive display of commercially grown top and soft fruit staged in the UK.
Boasting the best of British produce and technology, the National Fruit Show is without doubt a key event for the industry - and the ideal place to meet new and existing clients.
Click on The National Fruit Show History