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Food celebrations are events organised to celebrate particular local produce. Such examples include the Whitstable Oyster Festival, which Prince Charles attended in 2013, and the Alresford Watercress Festival in Hampshire, where eating as much watercress as possible was a central attraction.

Food celebrations can also be nationwide events, such as the British Food Fortnight and Farmhouse Breakfast Week.

Please note, only festivals from today's date are shown below.

Midweek Munch

Midweek Munch will be transforming Howardsgate at lunchtimes 11 – 3pm

18
Apr

A Taste of Science

An evening dedicated to eating, drinking, learning and discovering something new and exciting around every corner.

21
Apr
05
May

VenFest

Ven all is said and done.. we still have Venison.

05
May

Cheese & Cider Weekend

There’ll be live music and open mic sessions over the weekend, as well as plenty of demonstrations including those from blacksmiths and glass blowers.

05
May

Salcombe Crab Festival

Crabfest is an annual celebration of the local fishing, food and tourism industries.

06
May

Blossomtime in Putley

The festival’s main attraction is the grand cider tasting in Putley’s village hall.

06
May

World Stilton Cheese-Rolling Championships

Come to Stilton for some May Day mayhem, with cheese-rolling, cheer and community spirit

07
May

Bowhouse Food Weekend May

Back by popular demand, Fife’s Bowhouse Food Weekend is waiting to take you by the hand and show you all the very best of Fife produce

12
May

Whitchurch Food Festival

A fantastic local food festival in the town of Whitchurch in Shropshire.

19
May
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