We might be leaving the EU on March 29, but to heal the potential Brexit hangover KFC will be opening its kitchens to the public the very next day.

If you are a chicken connoisseur who always wanted to know what exactly went into the colonel's secret blend of herbs and spices, this is your chance.

Around 300 restaurants will be opening their kitchens for the public to bread, fry and eat their own KFC chicken.

The Camborne store will be the only one in Cornwall taking part. Tickets cost £5 and can be purchased here.

Fans will be given an exclusive look behind the scenes to see first hand how KFC cooks make the famous chicken fresh in restaurants every day.

Ticket holders will be put through their paces to see if they can master the art of hand-breading, handle the heat of frying and match the pace of the professionals to build their own burger.

After all their hard work, attendees will be allowed to devour their own burger along with a piece of original recipe chicken, fries, drink and a side.

They can also take home an exclusive KFC branded apron and hat.

Rob Swain, chief operations officer at KFC UK and Ireland said: “We’re really proud of the food we serve, and of all the care that goes into making our chicken taste as incredible as it does. We want to welcome everyone in to give them the chance to see what makes it so finger lickin’ good, and invite them to try keeping pace with our amazing team members. We can’t wait to show the nation how it’s done.”

All profits will go to the KFC Foundation, supporting local charities who are passionate about developing and nurturing young people.