Arley Hall will host the great British Food Festival, which returns to Warrington this year.
After being canceled last year due to the coronavirus pandemic, the festival will now open from Saturday, September 25 at 1 a.m. to Sunday, September 26 at 5 p.m.
The organizers have expressed their immense excitement around the return of the Cheshire event by bringing the food festival to Arley Hall.
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Dan Maycock, one of the organizing team, said: “It’s great to come back and do events and see people having a good time.
“Tickets are selling well and we look forward to a fantastic food weekend.”
Dan added that there was plenty for the whole family to do: “We have a great variety of food and drink stalls, lots of demonstrations, forage walks, live music, kids entertainment, a petting zoo, kids’ cooking classes – and our popular The Man V Food scene is also back. “
The live music event features a selection of local bands and artists so attendees can shop, eat fantastic food, and then relax with a local beetroot while listening to live entertainment straight from the local community .
Tickets are booked on entry time slots to reduce queues and all tickets include access to beautiful Arley Gardens, so this is the perfect recipe for a great day out for all ages.
Tickets are available for booking now through the Great British Food Festival website.
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