Local Food Britain will be hosting their first countryside food and drink festival on the Discovery Walk on Saturday, September 15.
The festival will be open from 10am to 4pm; entry is £2 per person, and free for children aged under 16, and includes entry to The Discovery Walk (normally £3 per person). A 25% donation of all ticket sales will go to a local charity.
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Showcasing artisan bread makers, wine producers, distillers, cheese specialists, street food and much more, visitors will be able to nibble and sip their way around the festival and enjoy one-to-one chats with the producers. This really is a great opportunity to discover new flavours and try before you buy.
Tuck into street food or book for The Salt Box
As well as a host of street food stalls, there will also be a ticketed pop-up restaurant featuring fire pit cooking from The Salt Box.
Something for all the family
The event has something for all the family with a rare chance to picnic at various points along The Discovery Walk. And to celebrate its 60th anniversary, the Surrey Hills Society is planning a special walk, taking in the festival.
And if you want to widen your foodie knowledge, you'll be able to climb aboard a vintage bus to pick up tips from the experts!
Partnering Local Food Britain at the event will be: BBC Surrey, Surrey Life, WeFiFo, Surrey Hills Society, and the North Downs Way.
BBC Radio Surrey’s Danny Pyke Show will be broadcasting live from the festival between 9am and 12pm.
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Monday - Saturday 9:00 – 5:30
Sunday - 10:30 – 4:30
Monday - Saturday 9.30 - 4.30 Last Entry (summer) - 4.15
Sunday - 10:30 – 4:30 Last entry - 3.30
Bank Holidays 10:30 – 4:30
Sorry, no dogs permitted on The Discovery Walk or in the Farm Shop.
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