Fun at Foodie Festivals

The Big Feastival

I’ve just returned from The Big Feastival!

This fantastic food and music festival was started by Jamie Oliver and Alex James (Blur guitarist turned cheese-maker).

And it really was a feast for the senses – the most tantalising tastes, aromatic smells and to top it all off a real treat for the ears (and most definitely the eyes!!) Mark Ronson. We ate and danced for a glorious 10 hours.

Feastival may be over for another year
but there are a myriad of food and drink
festivals up and down the country.

HOMEPAGE-LOGOLiverpool Food and Drink Festival is nearing, which means that on 17 /18 September Sefton Park will be an explosion of culture, creativity and celebrations of food and drink that a range of people have expertly created. And there are many reasons why you should choose to visit this (or another foodie festival near you):

For a start: it’s cheap. If you order your tickets now then for an advanced adult ticket it is only £5.50 for a day, and for a weekend it’s £10. On the day – an adult ticket costs £7.50 and a weekend pass is £12. Why not bring your family along? Under 14’s can attend for FREE (no need to stress about finding a babysitter!) Considering the popularity of the event; the tickets are reasonably priced and family friendly.

Those who have a sweet tooth will be in their element once they discover the Chocoholic Corner that opens on 17 September. Who wouldn’t want a whole stall dedicated to chocolate? It’s simply irresistible!

However; if you would rather all things nutritious do not fret! The ‘Good Life Area’ is designed to host gluten free, free-from and all natural dishes that are truly scrumptious. This will be available from 17 September also.

But won’t my children be mind-numbingly bored? Not when ‘Kids Village’ provides things to do for little artists and future foodies – Kids Village serves a range of activities, spanning from arts and crafts to testing various foods from many cultures. Your children can enhance their creativity in this perfect haven.

Liverpool Food and Drink Festival has proven
to be outstanding; create memories and
develop your taste for cuisine this September…

If you can’t attend any food festivals this year – plan for next year with Dairy Diary 2017 – convenient and spacious to help you organise your busy days. Furthermore; our handy, go-to pocket diary equipped with a pen is an essential too – note taking has never been so effortless. Find out more here.

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