TV chef Brian Turner will be one of the stars of the show at the town’s annual food fair on Sunday.
In addition to more than 100 stalls cooking and selling foods from across the globe, Mr Turner will perform cooking demonstrations.
He will also sign autographs, pose for photographs, and judge Banbury’s own version of television’s Ready Steady Cook – the programme on which he was one of the founder chefs.
Also appearing on the day will be Kimberley Wilson – a finalist in BBC2’s The Great British Bake Off.
She will demonstrate the cooking skills that saw her become runner-up in the popular TV contest.
New attractions this year include an Omelette Challenge where the public are invited to make the best omelette of the day.
- For more information, visit banbury.gov.uk
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