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Sunday, 20 May 2018

BBC Good Food Show to make summer return to Birmingham + WIN tickets to the event!

The ultimate foodie event BBC Good Food Show is returning to Birmingham for its summer event next month. 

BBC Good Food Show, which comes along to Birmingham's NEC twice a year, is a hugely popular event, and if you want to have an idea of just how good it is, take a look at what I got up to at the winter event here.

Taking place over four days, the BBC Good Food Show and BBC Gardeners’ World is coming to the NEC from Thursday 14th - Sunday 17th June and with one ticket, visitors will be entitled to enjoy both events.

As well as 500 exhibitors to go and have a good look at, there will also be a star-studded line-up of some of the country’s favourite gardeners, chefs, experts and bakers. 

The line-up includes BBC Two’s Gardeners’ World lead presenter Monty Don plus co-presenters including Carol Klein, Adam Frost and new to the Show this year, Mark Lane and Arit Anderson. Fellow television personality Alan Titchmarsh also joins the team on Friday. 

At the BBC Good Food Show, firm favourites Mary Berry, James Martin, Tom Kerridge, Michel Roux Jr. and many more will be cooking up a storm on stage in the Big Kitchen, with plenty more chances to see them around the show. 

This year’s BBC Good Food Show sees the return of a selection of fantastic shopping areas including the Producers’ Village and the Drinks Emporium.
New to the 2018 Show is the Eat Well zone, showcasing the best in vegan and vegetarian products, with expert advice and recipe ideas at the Show’s Summer Kitchen stage. 

Stepping outside, you’ll find the Show Gardens and top shopping for your garden. The Made in Birmingham garden will feature a railway embankment plot with allotment, wildflower meadow and a working steam engine with Pullman Dining carriage. 

The Wyevale Garden Centres Solutions Garden will display stunning best practice ways to deal with common issues such as soil types or shady areas; the Tesco Every Little Helps Garden offers up ideas for small changes that can make big differences; the Beautiful Borders will be full of small space ideas, plus much, much more. 

Whether inside or outside, you’ll find the best in cooking and gardening inspiration with live demos, Q&A’s, talks and plenty of advice. Plus, the chance to chat to a whole range of artisan producers and gardening experts. 

Fancy going along the event? Well, I have two sets of tickets to give away! I am running the competition on my Twitter and Facebook pages. 

To enter via Twitter, simply head here. To be in with a chance of winning, follow me on Twitter and Retweet the pinned post!

To enter via Facebook, head here. To be in with a chance of winning, like my Facebook page and share the pinned post!

The competition will end on Monday, 4th June at 9pm. Winner will be announced on Twitter and Facebook on Tuesday 5th June.

Please read the competition's T&C's before entering:


1. The event runs from 14-17 June, at the NEC Birmingham 
2. Only valid on Thursday, Friday or Sunday; no Saturday admission 
3. Prize includes 2x entry passes – no travel, expenses or accommodation is provided 
4. General admission tickets do not include a seat in the Big Kitchen. Big Kitchen seats are available to purchase on the day for £3, subject to availability 
5. Not all celebrities appear on all days 
6. To enter via Twitter, you must have followed @bethaninbrum and retweeted the competition tweet to be entered
7. To enter via Facebook, you must have liked the @BethanInBrumBlog Facebook page and have shared the post
7. Giveaway ends 9pm on June 4th
8. Winners picked at random and will be notified by message on Twitter or Facebook after 7pm on June 5th
9. Contact information will be supplied to third party who will post your winning tickets directly to your home address 
10. The prize is for 2 pairs of general admission tickets, so there will be 2 winners 
11. Prize cannot be swapped for cash or sold on

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