2021 Date TBC
Due to the Coronavirus pandemic and current restrictions, we have taken the decision to postpone our Food and Drink Festivals until 2021. The current advice and hints on the gradual Government easing down and relaxation of the restrictions do not at present permit us to proceed.
Tickets for these events are automatically valid for next year or a refund can be applied for via Eventbrite.
The Health and Safety of our staff, exhibitors and visitors is of paramount importance to us. We look forward to seeing you all again soon when we are able to provide a safe and enjoyable experience that our visitors have come to expect at one of our Food and Drink Festivals.
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Nottingham Food and Drink Festival Show Information
Admission At The Show:
Adults . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . £10.00
Over 65’s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . £9.00
Child (5-15 incl) . . . . . . . . . £3.00
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Date and Time
Sat, 15 Aug 2020, 10:00 –
Sun, 16 Aug 2020, 18:00 BST
Open 10am – 6pm Daily
A fantastic day out for the whole family, dogs welcome (on a lead)
The Nottingham Food & Drink Festival set in the spectacular Wollaton Park in Nottingham promises to be an event not to be missed for specialist food and drink enthusiasts.
The Festival’s ‘Super Theatre’ plans to give a series of entertaining and instructive live cookery demonstrations throughout the weekend, with a superb line up of celebrity chefs, who will bring an intriguing selection of international food backgrounds and influences to the show.
On Saturday we have TV Chef Matt Tebbutt, a popular celebrity TV chef that everyone must have seen at some point especially, over the last few months. Another well known Chef is the BBQ expert Ben Bartlett and were hoping he can give us some tips for when we can all enjoy those special moments with family and friends. Sunday sees the return of Dean Edwards, everyone’s favourite ITV chef. He is joined on Sunday with local hero and MasterChef Professionals winner 2018 – Laurence Henry. They are supported by Mark Lloyd
Mark Lloyd will be familiar to a lot of previous visitors, he’s been our presenter introducing chefs at our festivals for the last six years. This year he gets his turn up front with his own recipes that that feature a lot of wild foods foraged from the English Countryside.
Moving around the Festival we come to the Piazza, that fabulous area where you come to eat and relax and listen to live music on our music stage before taking in the rest of the event. Food Halls, Real Ales, Wine Tasting, The Bushtucker Trials, Crafts Corner, Children’s Entertainment and workshops.
The Festival brings to Nottingham a touch of summertime, al fresco dining, Masterchefs, artisan food and drink, music, fun and hopefully laughter. So come along to enjoy yourselves, eat drink and be merry.
Dogs are welcome, as long as they’re on the lead. Please do not leave them in your car (security are very tight on that). Obviously no doggy activities – you need one of our Game & Country Shows to give them a really good day out!