Enjoy a delicious day out at a festival designed to tantalise the taste buds as the Great Taste Festival of Food and Drink comes to Clumber Park.
The festival will have exquisite food and drink to sample and take home, the award winning producers behind the brands, special guests, demonstrations and exciting dishes to try from pop –up cafés.
Along with food and drink producers there will also be a live cookery theatre offering expert advice.
Michelin Star chef, television personality and restaurateur John Burton Race will be at the show all weekend.
He will be joined by a host of names including ITV’s Food Glorious Food judge Stacie Stewart, advising and answering questions in the cookery theatre and signing her book.
Food Glorious Food semi finalist Angela Wilson will also spice things up in the kitchen, while BBC Radio 2 food and drink presenter Nigel Barden will be in the Great Taste Producers Theatre, hosted by the Guild of Fine Food.
The Great Taste Festival of Food and Drink at Clumber Park is open 10am to 6pm Saturday 21st and 10am to 5pm Sunday 22nd September.
Advance tickets start from £5 per adult. Family tickets also available. Entrance to Clumber Park is £6 for non-National Trust members. Advance ticket holders will get free entry into the park. Parking charges may also apply.
For more visit www.festivaloffoodanddrink.co.uk
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Send your answer and daytime phone number to Food Festival Competition, Worksop Guardian, 21-27 Ryton Street, Worksop, S80 2AY. Or email email@example.com. Entry closes Friday 13th September.