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Great British Food Festival returns to Ragley

4th August 2015 Print

The Great British Food Festival returns to Ragley on Saturday 12 & Sunday 13 September. This year the festival is going to be even bigger and better featuring new additions such as adult cookery classes and forager guided walks. The recipe for the weekend includes over 80 top local producers, a large serving of hot food, real ale and wine bars, add a dash of craft and gift stalls, lots of activities for children, top Chef demonstrations from the likes of Great British Bake Off finalist Luis Troyano and Master Chefs Luke Owen, stir in a cake competition and the popular Men V’s Food, with lashings of excellent live music and mix together to make a lovely foodie family day out.

The main Chef Demonstration area will play host to some great local and TV Chefs. All demos are free to enter so everyone can pick up some top foodie tips. There are also regular Artisan Foodie talks and the popular Great British Cake off and Men V’s Food for visitors to get involved with. The Festival has attracted lots of producers showcasing the best in local, seasonal and speciality food and drink. Visitors can try an amazing mix of cultures and cuisines with Thai, Mexican, Asian as well as pulled pork, prime steak and the best local burgers and sausages, for those with more traditional tastes.

Andrew Mason, Operations Manager at Ragley stated “We are delighted to yet again host the very popular Great British Food Festival. It’s a great opportunity to get a real taste of the best of Warwickshire and Great British produce to sample, enjoy and buy. The Festival has something for everyone and is a great day out for all the family and not just food enthusiasts!”

Tickets cost £8.50 per adult, £4.50 for 5-12’s, (under 5’s are free) and £25 for a family ticket. The tickets also include access to the grounds and gardens at Ragley. For full details about the Festival, visit

For more information on Ragley Hall & Gardens, visit

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