Last year more than 1,500 people attended the festival to see an array of award winning chefs, and Bill Turnbull of BBC Breakfast was in attendance to talk about his new book “The Bad Beekeeper”.
This year, chefs from some of the county’s top restaurants will again be demonstrating their skills, including Danesfield House’s Adam Simmonds and the gluten-free expert Adriana Rabinovich.
In addition food suppliers and restaurants will have stalls where visitors can sample their produce and cooking including The Oxford Cheese Company, The Irish Cake Collection and Betty Coulter Handmade Preserves.
For the first time arts and crafts will be represented with Shedcraft and Arts of Africa among the stalls showing everything from ornaments to handbags and designer cushion covers.
This year the organisers are keen increase the “family fun” side of things, so there’ll be lots to keep the children entertained including fun fair rides and a petting corner.
18th September 2011
Entry is completely free.