A huge food festival is offering a special extra to ticket holders attending the summer event.

The Taste of East Anglia Food & Drink Festival is returning to Kentwell Hall in Sudbury on Saturday, June 15. 

The festival is celebrates, promotes and showcases the best producers, restaurants and chefs that the region has to offer. 

At the start of March the line-up for the festival was announced

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Freddie Fallon, who leads The Bildeston Crown, is making his debut on the stage and will be blending Asian influences into local produce from the Nedging Hall Estate. 

Organisers of the festival have announced ticket holders will be given a 50% discount on entrance fees to visit the venues house and gardens on the day of the event. 

Patrick Phillips, owner of Kentwell Hall, said: "Kentwell is delighted to be hosting the festival again this year. June is a lovely time in our gardens."

The discount means entrance to the house will be £10 per adult and £5 per child or to visit just the gardens it will be £6 per adult and £3 per child.