Oxmoor Farm's Wild Feasts, the popular rural dinner party set in idyllic Chiltern Hills, will return this year, hosting a whole selection of resident chefs from May to December.

The unique food event in Great Missenden, is poised to present 10 resident chefs throughout the year, a mix of emerging talents and household names.

Each chef will curate a relaxed sharing banquet for two nights, catering for up to 50 guests at a time.

Following fully booked summer banquets in 2022 and 2023, Wild Feasts will, for the first time, extend its service into the chillier autumn and winter months.

The introduction of 'The Barn', Oxmoor Farm's newly renovated indoor space complete with traditional wood burners, blankets and a touch of cosiness promises to offer guests a warm and inviting dining experience.

The Barn will also open its doors every weekend from June 1 when Wild Feasts aren't underway offering morning coffee and evening meals, featuring Neapolitan-style pizzas, small plates and natural wines.

To give back, a discretionary £1 will be added to each bill and donated to Medical Aid Palestine.

This year's roster features some incredibly talented chefs.

Former Great British Menu contestant Amber Francis, who previously trained at prestigious establishments such as the Ritz and The Hand & Flowers, will open the season with a residency on May 4 and 5.

Head Chef at Skye Gyngell’s Spring, Eleanor Henson, with her passion for sustainability will take the helm on May 25 and 26.

Continuing into summer, Michelle Trusselle's 'Myristica', a blend of her Caribbean heritage and Michelin training, will feature on June 22 and 23.

Masterchef: The Professionals semi-finalist, Trusselle's dishes were celebrated by Marcus Wareing as "Caribbean Royalty on a Plate".

July will see Sophie Godwin and Adam Bush, the creators behind catering and content agency Scramble LDN, while Tom Cenci from London's newly opened Nessa will have his August residency.

Known for his eclectic culinary style, Cenci offers food influenced from his varied experiences in London, Paris and Canada.

In autumn and winter, chefs include Kitty Coles with her Mediterranean style, Sophie Wyburd known for her simple, hearty dishes and Amy Poon, founder of Poon's Wontoneria and Poon's London.

Fred Page, Head Chef at one Michelin green star restaurant Marle at Heckfield Place, will feature in November, with his sustainable approach to cooking.

The season will come to a close with Sophie Gordon 'The Whole Vegetable' author.

Wild Feasts was the brainchild of Paddy Maynard and Harry Hope-Morley in 2022 as a means of highlighting the strength of local produce, the benefit of regenerative farming, and the beauty of the Chiltern Hills.

The chef residencies are just the start of Paddy and Harry’s plans to establish a permanent presence on the farmland in the coming years.

Tickets for the May-August residences are on sale now.

Tickets for the August-December residencies will be released on 1st July