Anglia Factors to host Neff cookery demo at Martlesham showroom
Anglia Factors, makers of bespoke kitchens and interiors, is hosting a rolling cooking demonstration using the latest Neff appliances on Saturday 28th October between 10am and 4pm.
The event is designed to provide information and demonstrations for anyone looking into buying a Neff oven or hob – and indeed those who already own one. People are invited to drop in and see Neff’s Home Economist using the appliances and ask any questions about Neff appliances. The team will be cooking a variety of meals throughout the day in Anglia Factors’ Martlesham showroom.
Andy Baker from Adnams will be there throughout the day with cocktails and mocktails and has kindly donated of a bottle of Adnams Gin for the raffle in aid of St Elizabeth Hospice.
The event is free to attend and people can drop in at any stage between 10am and 4pm.
There will be a collection in aid of Anglia Factors chosen charity: St. Elizabeth Hospice.
Daniel Barr, Owner of Anglia Factors, said: “We run these events so customers can see how Neff appliances work, ask questions and taste the results. We know that planning a kitchen is a big deal and people need an oven and hob that works for them. There’s no better way to increase pre-purchase comfort levels than to see the appliances in action.”
Andy Baker from Adnams Cellar & Kitchen, Woodbridge, said: “I have always loved sharing my knowledge and passion for all things Adnams at Anglia Factors events. The atmosphere is amazing and love showcasing our products to suit the foods and flavours of the day.”
Adrian Rawlinson, Head of Communications at St Elizabeth Hospice, added: “We are extremely grateful to Anglia Factors for their continued backing of the hospice. They not only support us with regular collections at their cooking events but also taking on tough challenges for such as cycling from London to Paris and the recent Prudential Ride London-surrey event. St Elizabeth Hospice cares for over 2,000 people in east Suffolk each year who are suffering from a progressive illness helping them maximise their life. Last year the hospice cost over £10million to run and over 70% of this has to be raised locally through different types of fundraising. Support as we receive from Dan and his team is absolutely vital to ensuring we can continue to offer and grow our care.”
Andy Baker from Adnams
Dawn Elsom, Neff Home Economist
Photo credit: Simon Ballard