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LIVE24SEVEN // Wining & Dining


B ID L EAMINGTON - ROYAL L EAMINGTON S PA Food and Drink


A mouth-watering menu of surprise treats is being cooked up for this year’s Royal Leamington Spa Food and Drink Festival to tempt another record crowd to the biggest event in the town’s calendar.


Located in the heart of the town centre, this FREE family-friendly event always has a tasty line up! Returning for its tenth year over 150 traders are guaranteed to tickle the taste buds of an anticipated 25,000 visitors from across the UK.


The two-day extravaganza, which is recognised as one of the best autumn food festivals in the country, will make its return on Saturday, September 9th and Sunday, September 10th.


BID Leamington, which organises the festival with the support of local businesses, is finalising this year’s line-up which will feature surprise additions and regular favourites.


Local chefs will again be demonstrating throughout the weekend on the Live Cookery Theatre and there will also be the return of the popular Kid’s Cookery School, giving budding young chefs the chance to learn culinary skills, with support from Nandos, Pizza Express and Yo! Sushi.


Festival


Aubrey Allen’s ‘Home Cook of the Year’ competition is returning for its third year, as the hunt continues for Leamington’s Finest Amateur Cook of 2017.


On Sunday 10th September, three finalists will find themselves battling it out at the Live Kitchen, as they take to the stage to prepare and cook their right royal dishes in front of a highly experienced judging panel!


Applications are available to download from www.leamingtonfoodfestival.co.uk. Closing date for all entries is 3rd August.


The Royal Pug, Elma, The Drawing Board, Queans, The Cakery, Coffee Architects and Leamington Wine Company will be among some of the local favourites making a comeback. The I Love Leam section celebrating non-food retailers will include Boots, Driftwood and Berylune to name a few.


The cherry on the top has to be the amazing live entertainment lined-up for this year! The bandstand will be home to upbeat music. New music for 2017 from Chaos, The Peas, The Folly Brothers and Letitia George and Honky Tonk Rose return to the stage on Sunday.


This is a fantastic showcase for local food and drink producers and retailers as well as the town itself, and a hugely-popular event with something for everyone to enjoy so September 9th and 10th is a definite date for the diary! Bring your appetites, shades and remember summer is a great time to explore the town centre and its beautiful parks and gardens.


To find out more visit; www.leamingtonfoodfestival.co.uk www.royal-leamington-spa.co.uk


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