Michelin Starred Chef to come to Gloucester Park
Celebrity chef Heston Blumenthal is set to arrive in Gloucester (June 30th) to film an episode for his new Channel 4 series which aims to bring back to life the fun and nostalgia of our favorite foods.
In each episode, Heston will research one of our favourite eating experiences and put his unusual twist on them, making people take time out of their busy lives to come together as communities and rekindle their fond food memories.
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He plans to not only make these meal-times innovative and delicious, but to make them supersized too – to amaze and feed the masses.
Whilst in Gloucester he will be looking at Britain's long love affair with both the ice cream and the ice cream van experience and hopes to bring back some of the nostalgic magic that has been lost along the way.
On Saturday 30th June from 1pm onwards Channel 4 will be filming Heston and his team in Gloucester Park to make what he hopes to be the world's biggest ice cream. Organisers urge those who are attending not to arrive too late to miss the big unveil.
Residents and visitors alike are invited to the filming and to see Heston reveal his ice cream based masterpiece.
Councillor Paul James, Leader of Gloucester City Council and Cabinet Member for Regeneration said: "Events such as this really help put Gloucester on the map and give us the opportunity to showcase all we have to offer.
"I hope our communities will support the occasion and come to Gloucester Park, enjoy the fun and be part of something that is sure to be special."
Councillor Jennie Dallimore Cabinet Member for Communities and Neighbourhoods added: "This is a great opportunity for our communities and groups. It's not every day you see the making of the world's biggest ice cream by a Michelin Starred Chef!
"The City is home to the largest ice cream factory; Walls, which has been supporting our communities since 1959."
The filming is open to everyone, but to give an idea of numbers if you are planning on attending please email: email@example.com with the subject title of 'ice cream'