More than 15,000 people visited the inaugural BBC Good Food Festival at Hampton Court Palace over the Bank Holiday Weekend, according to organiser River Street Events.
The show featured 100 exhibitors and top chefs including John Torode, Lisa Faulkner, Gennaro Contaldo and Shelina Permalloo.
The ticket included free entry to Hampton Court Palace, with kids going for free.
Also on offer was live music from The Polka Dots, sports day games and face painting.
River Street Events MD Laura Biggs said: “It was such a wonderful opportunity to organise the first BBC Good Food Festival at Hampton Court Palace. From the very start, the team at the Palace have been a delight to work with and our collaboration has resulted in a very successful launch show for both BBC Good Food and Hampton Court Palace.”
Palace director Paul Gray added: “The Palace has been a home for feasting and spectacular events for 500 years and therefore the beautiful, formal gardens were the perfect setting for people to eat, drink and have fun.”
You can see the EN gallery of the event here.
The BBC Good Food Show Spring has rebooked the Harrogate International Centre for April 2015.
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