From the possible return of a royal pie, to a walking festival in Wales, check out some of the best events around the UK over the next seven days.
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Friday 27 February: Pieminister's Pie Election
Today is the last day for Pieminister's Pie Election, where you can vote to bring back old Pieminister favourites – just in time for British Pie Week. One of the frontrunners has to be the Kate & Wills pie – a delicious blend of brandy with British beef, topped with free range British bacon, red wine, baby onions and wild mushrooms.
Visit Pieminister.co.uk/ to vote
Saturday 28 March: BBC Good Food Eat Well Show
The annual show is back at Olympia London for the weekend, and special guests include Davina McCall, Phil Vickery, and Jenni Falconer. As well as sampling the delicious foods on offer from the many traders, take part in Q&As, learn important nutrition information, and much much more.
See Bbcgoodfoodeatwellshow.com/ for more information
Sunday 1 March: National Wedding Show in Birmingham
Calling all brides-to-be in Birmingham and nearby! Have you found the dress of your dreams, the perfect wedding venue and have the invites sorted? Over 300 wedding suppliers will descend upon Birmingham this weekend, with the final day falling on Sunday, to showcase at the UK's biggest bridal extravaganza – The National Wedding Show. The biannual event covers everything from gowns to flowers to honeymoon destinations. Head down to the National Exhibition Centre to buy tickets on the door, or pre-order on the official site.
See Nationalweddingshow.co.uk for tickets and more information
Monday 2 March: Benefit Curl and Cocktails
To celebrate the launch of their new Roller Lash mascara, Benefit Cosmetics will be hosting a three-story pop-up curl and cocktail parlour in London. Get pampered with makeovers, eyebrow treatments and curly lashes, or head down to the Noir Bar for a girls' night out. And no worries if you're not based in the capital, as the parlour will be heading out on the road soon.
For more information head to Benefitcosmetics.co.uk
Tuesday 3 March: Crickhowell Walking Festival
Celebrate St David's Day with a trip to Wales, where an extensive programme is being put on by Crickhowell Walking Festival. As well as evening events and alternative daytime fun, the festival is ideal for walkers and non-walkers alike.
See Crickhowellfestival.com for more information
Wednesday 4 March: Focus
Margot Robbie may have made one of the most fun films of the year with heist drama Focus. The two play con artists, Nicky and Jess, who find themselves caught up in the middle of an important, high risk scheme – but love is ruining their well-set plans. At the London press conference, Will said of the movie: "It’s a heist film but then it will be a bizarre comedy for a while and then it’s really serious and there is great action… and then there’s a wonderful love story in the centre of the film."
Thursday 6 March – Welsh Week
To celebrate St David's Day, Brand Exchange in London is running Welsh Week, a week celebrating the county's art, food, music and culture. On Thursday, well-known forager and restaurateur Ed Sykes, the owner of Hotel and Restaurant Llys Meddyg, will be holding a cookery demonstration, creating typical Welsh dishes an array of fine wild ingredients from the ancient woodlands of Pembrokeshire.
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