Monday, 28 April 2014

win tickets to the nec bbc good food show summer 2014.


having always enjoyed the bbc good food show at the nec in birmingham, you can imagine my excitement when i joined the midlands good food show blogger community at the end of last year. if you're a good food show fan, you'll no doubt be looking forward to the summer event running from june 12th-15th this year too! 

with foodie royalty including mary berry, glynn purnell, tom kerridge and john torode set to show their skills in the live supertheatre, it's also a brilliant chance to experience the latest produce, kitchenware, foodie gadgets and bakeware from exhibitors and producers from far and wide. 

as well as covering the show and producers to look out for, i'm also pleased to announce i’ll be giving away two pairs of general admission tickets to my readers. 

to be in with a chance, simply enter by answering the following question...


what chef, baker or producer are you most looking forward to seeing at the show?

a Rafflecopter giveaway
 
for extra entries you can also enter with the additional methods. closing date is 12th may 2014. good luck! :)

not a winner? to book tickets and for more information on the bbc good food show summer please visit bbcgoodfoodshowsummer.com or call 0844 581 1341. buy your tickets before 30th april 2014 and quote the discount code “mb20″ to receive 20% discount too!

terms and conditions

  • the prize is a pair of tickets, available for two separate winners.
  • the competition will run from monday 27th April to monday 12th may.
  • the winner will be notified on tuesday 13th may.
  • all tickets are general admission excluding saturday 14th june.
  • tickets do not include a seat in the supertheatre.
  • tickets are non refundable and non-exchangeable.

14 comments:

  1. Another Mary Berry fan here. My daughter bought me Mary Berry's Baking Bible for my birthday and it has proved to be my best recipe book ever. Only one failure - my Muesli Flapjacks would have been teeth breakers if people had persevered with eating them :)

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  2. I'm looking forward to see Mary Berry in action! She's superwoman

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  3. I would like to see James Martin and it would be great to take my Mum as she is a fan of his.

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  4. Frances Quinn I think she is great!!!

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  5. Oh man, I was going to put Mary Berry, I see she's the favoured answer!! So instead.. I can't decide!

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