Star attraction

TV chef, presenter and cookery book author Phil Vickery will be the culinary star attraction at this year’s Shrewsbury Flower Show’s.

Chairman of the Trade Stands sub-committee, Jeremy Tudor said, “This is wonderful news for the show, and we are delighted Phil was able to accept our invitation to headline this year’s culinary stage. He is such a familiar and popular figure on our TV screens and will be sharing his experiences and skills with our visitors – it’s an exciting prospect and we are sure Phil will attract visitors from across the country.”

Phil is a chef trained to the highest standards. He began his career as a Commis Chef at The Burlington Hotel on Folkestone seafront before working his way up the kitchen ranks. He has worked at Michael’s Nook hotel in Grasmere, Cumbria, the Michelin starred Gravetye Manor in East Grinstead and Ian McAndrew’s Michelin starred restaurant 74.

This year’s show takes place on Friday and Saturday, August 14th and 15th in The Quarry. For more information and to book tickets visit shrewsburyflowershow.org.uk.

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