Food glorious food at the fair
The Great Missenden Food Festival takes place in a field off the A413 roundabout, in Great Missenden, from Saturday to Monday and includes free on-site parking.
Open from 10am to 6pm on Saturday, and 10am to 5pm on Sunday and Monday, around 120 exhibitors, both local and from across the UK, will be on hand to tempt visitors with a delicious a range of products.
There are a number of new attractions at this year’s festival including cook along master classes and cook-along barbecue master classes.
At the free cooking master class, people will learn useful skills that will last a lifetime including filleting fish and sushi making.
There is also a session for children aged 12 to 16 years.
There will be four barbecue master classes a day, where participants can get expert tuition in how to make the most of their barbecue. This session is also free.
Also new this year are free foraging walks, taking place on the Saturday and Sunday, with expert forager Matt Normansell. The walks last for approximately 45 minutes and aim to give people an introduction to the wild edibles all around us.
Other new attractions are a live music stage and picnic area.
The festival also hosts a range of activities for children, a craft and gift exhibitor area, a tasting kitchen, a live cookery theatre and street food avenue.
Entry costs £4.50 (adults), £4 (senior), £1 (child aged six to 16) and £10 for a family (two adults, two children).
For more information call 02476 451 355, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.great missendenfoodfestival. co.uk.
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Gemma Sisson from The Kitchen Mixer (above) Kate Moore from Kirsty’s Kitchen (right) and Malcolm Knight from Fat Man Chillis (above right)