Flavours Food Festival is making a welcome return this year.

Due to the success of last year’s event the festival has been extended to two days, offering a weekend packed full of foodie fun.

TV celebrity baker and chef, Nadiya Hussain, will be appearing on Sunday, the ‘Great British Bake Off’ champion will be cooking up a storm at her live cookery demonstrations. At the performances which last approximately forty five minutes, she will create a selection of her very own recipes which people can recreate at home. Since winning, Nadiya has become a columnist and author as well as a regular reporter and presenter. Nadiya is also about to present her own cookery show, Nadiya's British Food Adventurewhich will air from 17 July on BBC 2 and will also co-present a major new show, The Big Family Cooking Showdown  later this year.

Over the weekend visitors will also be treated demonstrations from Chris Hale a recent MasterChef 2016 quarter-finalist. Chris has made a splash in the cooking world with his innovative cooking from Indian sushi to chocolate soil. Also making an appearance will be larger than life Barrington Douglas, who will be demonstrating his award winning style of Caribbean cooking. Barrington, owner of the Discovery Bay restaurant in Huddersfield and now creator of his own range of foods, has worked alongside some of Britain’s top chef’s which include Gary Rhodes and Marco Pierre White.


The festival will continue into the evening with live music and an array of street food and alcohol vendors.


Opening times are 10am-9pm on Saturday, 14 October and 10am-5pm on Sunday 15 October.


Tickets are £5 per day (plus booking fee), Nadiya Hussain cooking demonstrations £10 (plus booking fee, standard entry ticket must also be purchased with this ticket).  Tickets are available HERE  

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