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Stapleford Park is a beautiful listed country house
Stapleford Park is a beautiful listed country house

Calling all budding young chefs…those lovely people at the stunning luxury resort, Stapleford Park Country House Hotel, have partnered with The Rutland Times to find the ‘Future Pie’ as created by the children of Melton Mowbray.

Stapleford Park is a beautiful listed country house surrounded by glorious Capability Brown parkland.

To see more, visit www.staplefordpark.com

Keen to keep Melton Mowbray’s famed pie making skills alive and to promote the forthcoming annual Pie Fest on July 29 to 30, Stapleford Park is seeking pie connoisseurs with the most adventurous, creative and fun minds to create the most tantalising pie – The Future Pie.

Think local ingredients, unusual combinations, sweet and / or savoury pies that you would love to eat yourself but have never been able to find.

The lucky winner will receive an overnight stay with breakfast and dinner for their family* and the chance to have their winning pie made and to feature on Stapleford Park’s Pavilion restaurant menu for a limited time.

Judged by Stapleford Park’s new head chef, Tony Fitt together with the Pie Fest Team, this is your chance to make your tasty mark on Melton Mowbray so to be in with a chance of winning, you simply need to do the following:

- Draw and colour in a picture of your ‘Future Pie’ on A4 paper;

- List and/or draw all ingredients that will go in your Future Pie; and

- Give a short description (up to 100 words) of why you think your Future Pie is the tastiest pie.

Entry forms are ONLY available in the Thursday, June 21, 2018 edition of the Rutland Times.

The competition closes on Friday, June 29, and children must be 16 and under to enter.

*Prize consists of an overnight stay for up to four people: two adults and two children or one adult and up to three children. Prize is subject to availability and must be taken by 31 March 2019.

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