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Martlesham Heath: Celebrity chef Paul Foster to launch new Anglia Factors showroom

06:00 17 August 2014

Celebrity chef Paul Foster giviing a previous demonstration for Anglia Factors.

Celebrity chef Paul Foster giviing a previous demonstration for Anglia Factors.

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Kitchens and interiors specialist Anglia Factors will be hosting a cooking extravaganza on September 6 and 7 to celebrate the opening of its new extended showroom.

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Celebrity chef Paul Foster, formerly based at Tuddenham Mill in Suffolk and now executive chef at Mallory Court in Warwickshire, will be giving demonstrations both days between 9am and 5pm.

Visitors will be able to taste the food, see a range of gadgets and appliances in action and ask Paul any cooking questions. Wine experts from Adnams Cellar & Kitchen in Woodbridge will also be there, matching wines to the dishes and providing tastings.

Daniel Barr of Anglia Factors said: “We’re very excited to show our customers what we’ve been up to. The new showroom shows off some of the most beautiful products on the market and the new demonstration kitchen is the perfect stage for Paul Foster to delight visitors with his culinary flair.

“It will be a great day with loads of experts on hand to answer questions on food, drink, kitchens and interiors. We hope many people will join us for a drink and have a look round.”

Anglia Factors designs, making and installs high-quality fitted kitchens, bathrooms, home cinemas and other bespoke interiors. Its showroom is based at 34 Gloster Road, Martlesham Heath, near Ipswich.

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