Neff will activate the partnership with The Neff Big Kitchen, which will provide a stage for the nation’s top chefs to demonstrate their cookery skills, as well as The Neff Cookaholics Cookery School - where festival-goers will be able to take part in hands-on cookery workshops.
Elsewhere The Neff Kids’ Kitchen will host live and interactive cookery classes suitable for the whole family, with an aim of getting children excited about home-grown produce. The Neff Training Academy will also be installed on-site, giving aspiring chefs and passionate foodies the chance to get involved with cooking demonstrations.
The Big Feastival is taking place at Kingham in the Cotswolds on 26-28 August.
Jo Eyers, group marketing manager at Neff, said: "We are thrilled to be involved with such an exhilarating event and The Big Feastival presents us with the perfect opportunity to showcase our innovative range of Neff appliances and celebrate with our community of Cookaholics.
"We’re passionate about local produce and smaller slow-food advocates and The Big Feastival is perfectly in-line with our recent global food producer campaigns."
Jennifer Noble, events director at The Big Feastival, added: "It’s exciting for us to have Neff as our partner for The Big Feastival and we have some fantastic plans in place for on-site activities. Thousands of foodies will be visiting the site over the three days and with cooking at the heart of both The Big Feastival and the Neff brand, we are excited to explore the capabilities of this partnership."
Last year's event saw Laurent-Perrier, Renault and Birra Moretti activate in their capacity as partner brands.
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