Good news for Devon foodies as Powderham Food Festival announces its return for 2018
Devon’s popular Powderham Food Festival will return this autumn as organisers announce this year’s dates.
Powderham Food Festival, the autumnal foodie event that celebrates the South West’s finest food and drink producers, will return on Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th October 2018, 10 am to 5 pm. Now in its seventh year, the festival will be hosted in the grounds of the beautiful Powderham Castle and promises to provide a fantastic family, foodie and fun day out for all to enjoy.
Brimming with all things edible, drinkable and delectable from over 150 producers, there are also demonstrations from a line-up of the region’s best culinary talents.
There are scores of food-related activities across the two-day festival, which is a magnet for foodie fans of all ages. Set in, and against the backdrop, of Devon’s finest castle, you can savour exciting street food, discover new artisan products, shop and learn from the foodie experts, enjoy live music, be inspired by culinary heroes and get hands-on in the new masterclasses.
Powderham Food Festival will also see the return of the popular Theatre of Fire and Smoke hosted by barbecue legends Simon Dyer, Marcus Bawdon and John Gower from Quiet Waters Farm.
Organiser Bob Small is looking forward to this year’s festival and claims it will be bigger and better than ever before.
Bob commented: “We are really excited to announce the return of Powderham Food Festival. Promoting the very best of South West food and drink in such glorious surrounding makes the Powderham Food Festival a very special event. We have been delighting food lovers across the region for six years now and are really looking forward to the return of the favourite features and adding in some new exciting 2018 attractions too. With hundreds of food and drink stalls to browse and plenty of live demonstrations to enjoy, Powderham Food Festival promises to be a great day out for the whole family.”
Bob continued: “We’re busy confirming lots of details for this year’s event, so make sure you put the date in your diary now – 6th & 7th October – and watch this space as over the next few months we will be unveiling more of the 2018 line-up, announcing our chefs and revealing just what’s on the festival menu this year.”
Tickets are now on sale in advance at an early bird price from:
Adult ticket £9 (£7.50 online)
Under 16 ticket £3 (£2.50 online)
Family ticket (2 adults, up to 3 children) £20 (£17 online) Children under 5 free
The Powderham Food Festival, Powderham Castle, nr Exeter, Devon 6-7 October 2018, open 10.00am-5.00pm daily. For more information visit: www.powderhamfoodfestival.com.
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