Baking businesswoman and winner of The Apprentice Alana Spencer will begin her new, supercharged life as an Alan Sugar-endorsed mega-entrepreneur - at the National Botanic Garden’s January Food Fair.
Alana will take her place in Lord Foster’s Great Glasshouse on Saturday and Sunday, January 21-22, along with a mouth-watering array of food and drink from other West Wales producers.
Event organiser David Hardy said:
“There’s no better way to cheer up the very long, grey month of January than a food fair. And this will be a very tasty affair with lots to chose from – like very special sausages, the perfect tonic of a range of flavoured gins, meat, vegan food, vegetarian options and gluten free, too.
“Whether you have a thing for fudge, bacon baps, tapas, charcuterie or liqueurs, this is the place to be next weekend.”
Garden admission is just £3. The gates open at 10am and close again at 4.30pm (last entry 3.30pm). There’s no additional charge for the Food Fair and there is plenty of free parking for everyone.