‘Bake Off’ comes to the Royal Welsh Spring Festival

28 March 2018

Visitors to the Royal Welsh Spring Festival on Sunday 20 May will be in for a sweet-treat from Great British Bake Off favourites; Val Stones and Louise Williams.

First-time visitors to the Spring Festival, Val and Louise will be in the food hall wowing the crowd with their baking prowess, passing on their cookery top tips and sharing tasters.

Join the baking duo for a baking demonstration and a chance to ask them for the secret to avoiding the notorious soggy bottom during an exclusive question and answer session. Why not bring your bake off book for them to sign while they’re here!

As well as the Bake Off pair, the busy demo kitchen in the food hall has a full programme of game cookery showcases from the popular BASC chefs throughout the weekend.

Great British Bake Off favourites, Val Stones and Louise Williams, will be at the Spring Festival on Sunday 20 May.

Always a popular draw for visitors to any Royal Welsh event, the food hall at the Spring Festival is no exception. Packed full of producers from across Wales and the border counties, you will be able to stock up on all kinds of artisan delicacies from your favourite tipple to scrumptious cakes, decadent cheeses to gourmet meats and everything in between.

A must for food enthusiasts, the festival also boasts a busy food and drink area, where visitors are able to enjoy the festival atmosphere by indulging in some delicious street-food whilst listening to some excellent live music. Don’t forget, this area is open until late on Saturday, so bring your friends and come along and enjoy an evening of food and drink.

“We are very much looking forward to welcoming Val and Louise to the Spring Festival this year” says Fred Slater, Chair of the Spring Festival organising Committee. “Food and drink plays a huge part of any Royal Welsh event and is one of the top reasons why our visitors attend.

“The charismatic pair were firm favourites with Bake Off viewers and we are certain they are going to be a big hit with our lucky festival-goers in May”.

The Royal Welsh Spring Festival takes place at the Royal Welsh Showground in Llanelwedd, Builth Wells on 19 and 20 May and is a fantastic weekend-long celebration of smallholding and rural life.

Along with all things ‘food’ the event is packed full of interesting things to see and do, live music, country sports, livestock, competitions, shopping, demonstrations and fun, have-a-go activities… the perfect day out for all.

Don’t forget, all children aged 16 and under get FREE entry!  For more information and to buy your discounted e-ticket, visit www.rwas.wales