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Food Celebration

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

Formby Festival

The Formby Festival is the perfect family day out and has more activities for your little ones than any other food festival around.

20
Jul

Sausage & Beer Festival

Real Ale, Great Sausages and Live Music - that's what this festival is all about...

20
Jul

Cheese & Chilli Festival - Guildford

The Cheese and Chilli Festival promises to be a great day out for the whole family

21
Jul

Jimmy’s Farm Sausage & Beer Festival

There is a whole lot more to this weekend, than simply sausage and beer.

21
Jul

Gower Chilli Festival

Chilli power hits the Gower

27
Jul

Bristol Thai & Multi Cultural Food Festival

When it comes to Southeast Asian food and culture, the people of Bristol are Thai-hard fans.

28
Jul

PieFest

If you’re feeling peckish, grab something to eat before you read this...

28
Jul

Great Dorset Chilli Festival

Feel the heat next summer at this unique food celebration

28
Jul
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