Win tickets to The Edible Garden Show 2014
With a new London venue, new celebrity speakers and bags of advice, demonstrations, products and a huge range of exhibitors, this year’s Edible Garden Show promises to be bigger and better than ever before.
Perfect for Pocket Farm readers the award winning show will boast a multitude of attractions to interest gardeners, cooks, smallholders and self-sufficiency aficionados alike.
Perfectly timed for the beginning of the growing season, expect to find tips on keeping bees, raising chickens, brewing beer, saving energy, healthy baking and dishing up delicious meals using home grown ingredients. This year’s show will have a special emphasis on green energy.
Celebrity speakers will include Christine Walkden (picutured top), gardening guru on the BBC One Show, trendy forager and wild food expert Mark Lloyd and author Naomi Schillinger, author and expert in growing your own in small spaces. Regular EGS speaker and TV presenter James Wong (below) will also be there continuing his campaign to get the nation growing exotic edibles.
The Edible Garden Show will be staged at Alexandra Palace, London, from 28-30 March, 2014. Tickets cost £16 on the door (£12 in advance) with concessions for children and seniors. For more information or to buy tickets visit: www.theediblegardenshow.co.uk or ring the ticket hotline on 0844 338 8001
Pocket Farm has five pairs of tickets to give away courtesy of The Edible Garden Show. Just email us your answer to the following question for a chance to win.
Question – Which BBC One Show expert has joined the line-up for The Edible Garden Show’s experts’ panel for 2014?
A) Alan Titchmarsh
B) Paul Peacock
C) Christine Walkden
Send your answers by email to email@example.com
Closing date is 30th January 2014.
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