Hints & Tips
Mary Berry, perhaps best known for her role on the Great British Bake Off on BBC 2, will share her top cooking tips at this year's Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Malvern Autumn Show.
Ms Berry will appear alongside BBC Gardeners' World Joe Swift in what is sure to be a fun day out for all the family.
The Malvern Autumn Show will take place at the Three Counties Showground on September 28th and 29th and attendees will have a chance to see five edible gardens made by the finest horticulturalists across the land.
Visitors will also be able to see the spectacular sights of the RHS Flower Show, which will be making its last appearance of the year at the event and it will cover more than 5,000 square metres in total.
One of the most popular attractions is expected among bosses to be the Harvest Pavillion, which will display avid gardeners' best vegetables and cut flowers.
But the show isn't just for the casual observer and those wanting to get tips from the best in the business will be able to ask questions and get sage advice from exhibitors.
However, no autumn would be complete without the National Giant Vegetables Championship, which is moving up from its normal staging location of Somerset to appear at the Malvern show.
Tasty treats will be on offer and, thankfully, will not be made out of the ugly beasts from the aforementioned veggie show, but instead will exhibit the finest produce in the land from allotments and home gardens across the UK.
The Orchard Pavillion will offer something a little less appropriate for kids in attendance, although weary adults will likely look forward to tasting the cider and perry workshops available. Strictly for research purposes, of course.
Anybody wishing to attend can find out more by calling 01684 584 924, where tickets can also be booked.