I’m very pleased to announce that I have been asked to be part of the official BBC Good Food Show Blogger’s Community. The BBC Good Food Show is coming to the SECC in Glasgow on the 18 - 20 October 2013.
I was there last year, had a great time, but little did I realise that I would be going this year and be able to report from a more ‘behind the scenes’ perspective.
This year the Supertheatre, sponsored by Tesco finest, will host an array of some of the nation’s favourite chefs including Tom Kitchin and Si King The Hairy Biker (Dave is too busy with Strictly)! Plus Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry will be hosting The Great British Bake Off Masterclasses and James Martin will be live on stage demonstrating some of his favourite seasonal recipes. You can sample or buy from over 100 top brands and artisan producers like sticky toffee puddings from Burtree Puddings to venison from Seriously Good Venison in the Producers’ Village. There is also The Great British Bake Off Village in Scotland for the very first time – your one stop shop for all your baking needs this winter!
And I am very excited to announce a giveaway of 5 pairs of tickets for the BBC Good Food Show Scotland. These General Admission tickets are valid for either the Friday or Sunday of the event.
To enter the giveaway, please leave a comment below with either a valid email address, twitter handle or Facebook address as I will need to contact the winners to arrange ticket delivery.
Your email address will not be used for any other purpose.
And if you don’t win, you can still go with an exclusive Cakeyboi discount code! You are entitled to 15% off all tickets right up until and during the show via the call centre (0844 581 1362) or online. The discount code is CB15.
Terms and conditions for tickets and giveaways for River Street Events
All tickets are general admission excluding Saturday.
Tickets are non refundable and non-exchangeable. Ticket terms and conditions apply.
Tickets will be mailed out directly to the competition holder (me) by River Street Events. I will forward tickets to the winners.
Tickets do not include a seat in the Supertheatre.
And a wee word on the Bake Off Week 6 - funniest moment of the week for me was Mary's exasperated tone when uber-designer Frances brought out her giant terracotta teacup - she rolled her eyes and said 'Oh, here we go!' - hilarious!