Boris Johnson was in Yate today, visiting a start-up bakery business and creating his own confections as he joined staff in the kitchen.
On the Johnson menu - a dismissal of both the Liberal Democrat's plan for a second referendum and their electoral challenge in the region. He also cooked up his own new election battle cry, strong and stable has now been replaced by solid and sensible.
The Thornbury and Yate constituency in South Gloucestershire could be keenly contested on 8 June as the Conservatives took it, narrowly, from the Liberal Democrats in 2015.
There were angry scenes this morning as people gathered to protest a lunch expected to be attended by Boris Johnson.
Around half a dozen people gathered to protest Britain's decision to leave the European Union - a campaign spearheaded by the Conservative MP.
Boris Johnson, who shocked many when he announced he was not running for leadership of the party, to have a private lunch with Tiverton & Honiton Conservatives.
Chants of "Boris is a liar, you're having lunch with a liar" could be head from the protesters.
The supporters could not be heard as Boris got out of his car - but instead he was greeted by a local resident who started by asking him his view on "leaving Europe" before moving on to England's calamitous crash out of Euro2016.
MP Jacob Rees-Mogg has backed Boris Johnson to be the next Conservative Party Leader.
In a statement the North East Somerset MP said he believed Johnson was best placed to carry out renegotiations with the EU for the UK's departure.
Boris Johnson is due in Wiltshire later. As well as meeting some of the county's MPs, The Mayor of London is expected to visit businesses and a farm.
London mayor Boris Johnson was in Cheltenham today making a brief visit to the town. Members of the public, soldiers, and local business leaders all wanted their photographs taken with him.
He was there to meet local, European, and General Election candidates but denied he's after the keys to number 10 himself. Ken Goodwin reports.
The London mayor Boris Johnson, was verbally attacked as he arrived in Bristol today.
A handful of protesters jeered as he tried to do interviews in support of Conservative candidates for elected mayor and crime commissioners in the city.
But he fought back but was eventually forced to flee to a quieter spot.
Our political correspondent Bob Constantine was there: