Nantwich Food Festival has 4 Celebrity Chefs for 2020!

Nantwich Food Festival (September 4th- 6th) will be amazing this year with all the great
Chef demonstrations.

Festival Director, Andrew Martin says "Nantwich Food Festival is unique in providing such high quality entertainment completely free to visitors. I am thrilled to confirm the wonderful line-up of 4 Celebrity Chefs who will be demonstrating this year.
“We are delighted that Rosemary Shrager has agreed to return for a second year; in 2019 there was standing room only at Rosemary’s demonstrations, so we were keen to bring her back to her Nantwich fans. Rosemary is renowned for her many TV appearances; she endeared herself to the nation when she took part in I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here, where she proved she could cook pretty much anything, anywhere. Her greatest joy in all her teaching is to inspire us by sharing her passion for food.”
Sean Wilson is so popular that he has been booked for a 3rd visit. Completely self-taught, Sean has been a serious cook for over 30 years. He creates innovative recipes using his own multi-award winning cheeses. Sean’s Saddleworth Cheese Company produces six artisanal cheeses, with provenance as their byword. All have been British Cheese Award favourites with accolades including numerous national and international awards.

The Festival is delighted to again welcome Nigel Brown as both Demonstration Kitchen compere and a Celebrity Chef in his own right. Nigel has worked at some of the UK’s biggest and busiest hotels, and has a thriving cookery school, The Nigel Brown Cookery Academy.
He has catered for Nelson Mandela and Princess Anne amongst many other notables
Nigel tells us “I’m really looking forward to creating some fabulous recipes during my demonstrations at this year's Nantwich Food Festival using some of the finest produce and ingredients being showcased by the festival's stall-holders. Happy cooking. Nigel x"

Plans are currently being finalised for the high profile 4th celebrity chef, so watch this space for news.
In other news, the Festival is looking for a new Sponsorship Manager.
The festival is run by a team of volunteers, who work throughout the year to make the event the success it is. The committee are currently looking for a new Sponsorship Manager – this is a great opportunity to deliver meaningful revenue to the festival, work with business leaders in the community and develop skills for your CV.
If you are interested and can commit to 2-3 hours per week throughout the year, and up to 10 hours per week in the run up to the festival, please contact Nanna Pedley, Director at

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