Clumber Park Festival of Food and Drink

Clumber Park, Worksop, Nottinghamshire, S80 3AZ

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Clumber Park Festival of Food and Drink


Saturday 17 - Sunday 18 September 2022
Clumber Park
Tickets: from £10

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Now in its ninth year, the Festival of Food and Drink takes place on 17th & 18th September 2022 at Clumber Park in Nottinghamshire.

This celebration of local producers and global flavours attracts some of the UK's best traders and street food vendors, with stalls selling out fast. There's also a delicious selection of Vegan food for all to enjoy with plenty of new companies making their debut.

With lots of entertainment for all the family including children's cookery workshops, live music, giftware, cocktail bars and breweries, it's no surprise that the Festival of Food and Drink is the biggest and most popular in the region.

The fabulous Cookery Theatre will once again boast a terrific roster of great names, including BBC's Strictly Come Dancing finalist and The Great British Bake winner John Whaite will be bringing some new moves to this year's Festival of Food and Drink. The dancing chef, who won the hearts and minds of the British public as he danced with Johannes Radebe on the BBC dancing competition, will appear at Nottinghamshire's Clumber Park on Sunday 18 September.

Also on the menu is the Great British Bake Off finalist Chigs Parmar. Chigs, who lives in nearby Leicester, will appear in the popular Cookery Theatre, which is free to all ticket holders, giving demonstrations on the Saturday of the two-day event for food lovers of all ages.

A self-taught baker and a huge foodie, Chigs received star baker twice and two Hollywood handshakes whilst on series 12 of the Channel 4 show. He went on to reach the final, after only learning to bake in the first lockdown. He attracted a large following during the show with his down to earth and relatable personality.

Ticket prices start from just £10 in advance for the Festival of Food and Drink with free admission to see the cookery demonstrations as well as entry into Clumber Park included (usually £5 per adult). Family and VIP tickets are also available. Children aged five years and under are admitted free with a paying adult.

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Clumber Park Festival of Food and Drink (17 Sep 2022 - 18 Sep 2022)
Saturday - Sunday10:00 - 17:00

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