Salisbury Food and Drink Festival - Visit Wiltshire
Salisbury Food and Drink Festival
Salisbury Food & Drink Festival 2015 promises to be a weekend full of fun, food and family activities that will have you chomping at the bit for more. The annual festival brings together the community with a shared love of food to explore new tastes, trial new recipes and share skills and knowledge, all in order to enrich our dinner tables.
With delightful events throughout the festival weekend including a hedgerow herb walk with Rachel Heathcote at the River Bourne community farm, events in association with Neal’s Yard Remedies and cookery workshops for adults and children hosted by Waitrose, be sure to pick up a brochure or visit our website to find out more. You can also join us for a foodie film screening of The Hundred-Foot Journey at 7.30pm on Saturday 12 September at Salisbury Arts Centre. The 2014 family comedy starring Helen Mirren is a screen adaptation of Richard C Morais’s novel which follows the Kadam family as they move from India to France and open up a restaurant directly opposite to Madame Mallory’s Michelin-starred eatery.
This weekend of food fun culminates on Sunday 13 September with the Food & Drink Festival Market day. The Market Square will be covered with over 80 market stalls offering a delectable selection of local and regional produce for you to choose from, including preserves, luxury cheeses and cold meats, local ice cream, tempting treats and artisan coffee as well as glorious foods from around the globe for you indulge in.
There will be professional chef demonstrations throughout the day from the infamous Jeff the Chef, the Rose & Crown’s very own Chef Toby and the Great British Bake Off finalist Christine Wallace; Street theatre performances from the hilarious Fairly Famous Family and music from the Salisbury Arts Centre and SAYM Young Jazz; as well as a teddy bear’s picnic treasure hunt; creative workshops from Scrapstore and lots more fun and games for all the family.
|2015 (11 Sep 2015 - 13 Sep 2015)|
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