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Tunbridge Wells: Chef Tom Kerridge to bring Pub in the Park to Dunorlan Park in the summer

By Angela Cole

The hugely successful food and drink festival Pub in the Park is coming to Kent in the summer.

The first ever Pub in the Park festival took place in Marlow in Buckinghamshire in May this year, headed up by TV chef Tom Kerridge.

With a stellar line-up of chefs, pubs and music, the festival sold all its 18,000 tickets in just 24 hours.

Chef Tom Kerridge's Pub in the Park festival is coming to Kent
Chef Tom Kerridge's Pub in the Park festival is coming to Kent

Now, Tom has announced he is taking Pub in the Park on tour – and bringing it to Kent.

It will be staged at Dunorlan Park, Tunbridge Wells, in July, along with three other venues around the country.

At each venue, he’ll be bringing his Michelin-starred pubs, The Hand & Flowers and The Coach, plus a selection of other top UK pubs and restaurants to serve their most popular dishes.

Every event will celebrate the best food the country has to offer, combining it with live music, chef demonstrations, top quality shopping and other festival fun.

On top of the national chef and music names, it will celebrate the local community with local artisans, pubs, foodie heroes and musicians.

He said: “I am delighted to be able to share the magic of Pub in the Park with beautiful British Tunbridge Wells. Expect great food, brilliant music and an ace day out.”

He last appeared in the county at the Canterbury Festival last summer.

Pub in the Park will be taking place at Dunorlan Park in Tunbridge Wells from Friday, July 6 to Sunday, July 8.

More information on the music, chef and pub line-up will be announced in January 2018, along with booking details. Visit pubintheparkuk.com to sign up for details.

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