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Food Festival

Food festivals are, more often than not, annual events that bring people together over quality food and drink producers. They can be independently organised or run through a local tourist board.

Festivals can vary greatly in both admission fees and size, and often feature:

If you fancy doing a bit of further reading about food festivals, some of our favourite broadsheets have written handy seasonal summaries for your information. The Independent has written a fab article on top UK summer food festivals, and Grazia have also given their view. The Telegraph has written a roundup of their pick of food festivals that take place in autumn, while MSN has an article that focuses on events around winter and Christmas

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

Neath Food and Drink Festival

Bake-offs, beer tastings and toe-tapping beats – supporting the Neath food and drink scene has never been so much fun

29
Sep

Rugby Food and Drink Festival

Feeling hungry? Tackle the problem head on, and pass by the Rugby Food & Drink Festival this September. Go on – it’s worth a try!

30
Sep

Thame Food Festival

Raymond Blanc rustles up one of the best chef line ups in the country; it looks like Oxfordshire is the place to be this September.

30
Sep

Birmingham Autumn Market

Chase away your summer festival blues with an amazing autumn edition.

30
Sep

The Great Food & Drink Festival - Hardwick Hall

The Great Food and Drink Festival is coming to Hardwick Hall for the very first time. The event has enjoyed success at Nottingham Castle and Newstead Abbey in recent years.

30
Sep

Forest Showcase Food & Drink Festival

For some foodie fun in the forest head to this wonderful event.

01
Oct
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