MASTERCHEF winner Jane Devonshire will headline the Ragley Hall Father’s Day Food Festival.

More than 40 food and drink stalls will join the celebration weekend, taking place in the grounds of the stately home, on Saturday, June 17 and Sunday, June 18.

There will be a full programme of free talks and demonstrations with opportunities to taste, learn, meet and talk with top chefs and producers.

Jane Devonshire, Masterchef Champion 2016, will be presenting family recipes as well as sharing tips and advice.

Coventry’s Wasps Rugby Club will be giving workshops for children and chef Rich Harris, author of 'BBQ -Fire & Smoke' will be demonstrating barbecue cuisine and alfresco dining.

They will be joined by Brad Carter, chef and owner of Michelin starred restaurant Carters of Moseley, Birmingham, and Rob Kennedy, executive chef from the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst.

There will be craft beer and cider, as well as barbecued food and Marlow Renton from Wild Food UK will be leading walks.

Children of all ages can embrace their wild side at Ragley’s Adventure Playground with slides, swings, climbing equipment and a 3D maze.

Visitors can also hire rowing boats, peddle boats and kayaks on Ragley Lake or take a stroll through the Woodland Walk in Ragley Gardens.

Tickets cost £10.50 for adults, a family day ticket (two adults and up to three children) is £33, children 5 to 16 cost £6.50, children under 5 go free and concessions are £9.

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