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A look ahead to the Chester Food, Drink and Lifestyle Festival

PUBLISHED: 10:26 05 February 2016 | UPDATED: 17:39 16 February 2016

Chester Food Drink & Lifestyle Festival

Chester Food Drink & Lifestyle Festival

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Chester Racecourse, this Easter, is the setting for what is now the biggest event of its type anywhere in the UK and North West legal firm Allington Hughes Law have been working with organisers to continually build the event as Managing Director, Alison Brebner explains, “It is hard to believe that this event has come around so quickly. The 2015 festival was the best yet with the Chester Food Drink & Lifestyle Festival getting bigger and better every year.

The event features an incredible line-up of Chefs and food celebrities, headlined on each day by Simon Rimmer, Gregg Wallace, Tim Maddams and Andrew Nutter and backed up by the regions finest with Dave Mooney, Luke Thomas, Sean Wilson, Brian Mellor and a host of local chefs. The chefs are complimented by over 150 food and drink producers who occupy the centre of the racecourse with both huge inside and outside areas and lots of seating.

There is so much going on in Chester this Easter with all the information contained within the website www.chesterfoodanddrink.co.uk, including a 25% discount if you buy your tickets on line. Children under 12 are free and so is you parking.

It is the biggest and best of its type and it’s on this Easter in Chester at the wonderful Chester Racecourse, we couldn’t recommend it more highly – as they say on their website – it’s just a brilliant day out.

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