Ticket to BBC Good Food Show and BBC Gardeners' World Live for £9 at The NEC
- Two well-known lifestyle shows plus chefs and gardeners all under one roof
- Birmingham NEC location
- Shopping opportunity for foodie and gardening goodies
- General admission to both events on one day
- Entry from 2pm
- Expert advice and demos
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Good food deserves to be admired, but should be eaten without making an exhibition of yourself. See food on show with today’s Groupon: Ticket for the BBC Good Food Show and BBC Gardeners' World Live. Choose from the following options:
• £9 for a ticket to both events on Wednesday 13 June 2012
• £9 for a ticket to both events on Thursday 14 June 2012
• £9 for a ticket to both events on Friday 15 June 2012
• £9 for a ticket to both events on Sunday 17 June 2012
About The Event
Meeting under the roof of Birmingham’s NEC, the BBC Good Food Show and BBC Gardeners' World Live will be joining forces to create a seasonal celebration of horticulture and cookery. The edible merriment will see presenters and celebrity chefs like James Martin and the Hairy Bikers cooking up summer bites, while speciality producers showcase their wares. BBC Gardeners' World Live focusses on outdoor aesthetic, with RHS Show Gardens offering inspiration and gizmos on sale providing green-fingered ease. The hobbyist's extravaganza is topped off with hints and tips from the experts including Monty Don and Alan Titchmarsh.
About The Venue
The National Exhibition Centre sits within handy proximity of Birmingham International railway station. The car park has areas designated for visitors with disabilities and the building itself is also wheelchair-accessible. While eating opportunities promise to be ample, the centre also serves up a platter of permanent restaurants and coffee rest-stops.
- Valid 13, 14, 15, or 17 June
- Valid for entry after 2pm only
- Shows close at 6pm
- Children under 6 enter for free Wed-Fri and Sun
- Under 18s enter for free on Sun
Train: The NEC is an easy walk from Birmingham International railway station, which has direct links to Birmingham New Street and from there to the rest of the UK.
Road: The NEC is just off the M42, a short drive from the M6. The centre is well signposted.