Win a foodie weekend at the prestigious School of Artisan Food

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If you think – and dream – about nothing but food then feast your eyes on the tasty treat we have in store for you!

We have teamed up with the award-winning School of Artisan Food to offer one person and a friend the chance to learn from a host of food experts on the Food for Thought course, which takes place on 16th and 17th May.

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Over the two days you will have the chance to hear from those who are as passionate about food as you are, including Shelia Dillon, who presents BBC Radio 4’s Food Programme and renowned food historian Ivan Day. They will be joined by award-winning food writer Bee Wilson,  Chris Dee, who is CEO of the family-run supermarket Booths, and food campaigner Allison Palmer among others.

The course is perfect for anyone who loves good food, as well as food bloggers and those working in the catering or local produce trade. It costs £85 for two days, including refreshments and lunch, and can be booked via the website.

Please note this competition has now closed.

Posted on 08 April 2015
Featured author: Catherine Allen Marketing Assistant

Arts fan, runner and cyclist who has been living in Nottingham for more than a decade. Loves real ale, craft beer, good food, travelling and sausage dogs.

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