Blackdown Food Fayre

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Date(s) - 28/08/2016
12:00 pm - 4:00 pm


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The Blackdown Food Fayre

‘The Best of the Blackdowns’


In celebration of the national award winning success of various local Blackdown producers of fine foods and beverages the idea for the Blackdown Food Fayre was born. The idea was to provide both local people and visitors the opportunity to meet local suppliers and for them to be able to sample the best of what the Blackdown’s has to offer.


Following the overwhelming success of the inaugural Blackdown Food Fayre last year, it was decided that this should be an annual event which is returning to Churchinford this August Bank Holiday Sunday 28th August.  


This is a free admission event and will boast a number of attractions for families and individuals alike, with children’s activities to help keep them occupied whilst Mums and Dads peruse the stalls or sample the beverages at the Bar.


Russ and Becky Bachelor will be selling their double award winning Forest Longhorn Beef and providing the BBQ, so there will be ample opportunity to try before you buy.


Just some of the other producers who will be attending include, Riggles Farm who produce delicious, organic salads, Berehill Cheese who produce some of finest cheese in the West Country, The Chillees who produce some delicious home-made chilli sauces, Brambles Jams and Preserves, Ellises Cured & fresh meat and Local Blackdown Honey.


The bar will be offering the local Tricky Cider and Otter Brewery Beers, along with The Bloomsbury Juice Co, completely natural fruit juices that are literally juicetastic.


The Food Fayre will take place at Churchinford Village Hall (opposite the shop) and whilst as last year this is both indoors and outdoors there is a contingency plan to hold the entire event indoors if wet.


Gates open at 12 noon with Cream teas served from 2.00pm onwards.


Please do come along to sample the best of the Blackdowns , help us to make the Blackdowns Food Fayre even more successful than last year and raise funds for the invaluable Churchinford Village Shop.