First Food & Drink Festival for Whitchurch this May

PUBLISHED: 10:11 16 May 2014 | UPDATED: 15:08 22 May 2014

The Whitchurch Food and Drink Festival May 31 - June 1

The Whitchurch Food and Drink Festival May 31 - June 1


The first Whitchurch Food & Drink Festival will take place on May 31 until June 1, featuring over 80 stalls offering food and drink from across Shropshire.

As well as the 80 stalls, there will be a Cookery Theatre organised by Berry Fresh Bakery where chefs including Brian Mellor (The Harthill Cookery School) and Toby Beevers (Kokonoir) will be providing food demonstrations. There will also be a Real Ale Trail throughout Whitchurch and a Food Court selling the finest quality foods.

Glambia Cheese are sponsoring the Food & Drink Awards at the festival, judged by Paul and Sarah Appleby of Appleby’s Cheese and Toby Beevers of Kokonoir.

The event will be officially opened by The Rt Hon Owen Paterson M.P. and is being held in the newly refurbished Civic Centre and Market Hall on the Whitchurch High Street.

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