Tuck in to a feast at Daventry Food Festival
Written by RADio Newsdesk on August 22, 2019
Article Published on Thursday August 22, 2019 12:16 AM by RADio Newsdesk
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Daventry Food Festival returns for its third year on Saturday 21st September, with more than 50 traders bringing their tasty treats and delicious drinks to the town. Organised by Daventry Town Council, the festival takes place on High Street and Sheaf Street from 10am to 4pm.
Those with a sweet tooth will be spoilt for choice, with everything from cupcakes to crepes to enjoy. Meanwhile, hot food options will include delicious Indian, Greek and Turkish cuisine, as well as hog roasts and burgers from local farms.
Tasty cocktails and coffees will be on hand if you are feeling thirsty, and there will also be plenty of produce to take home with you, as well as gifts for food lovers. To inspire you in the kitchen, renowned chef Patti Sloley will be demonstrating her delicious fusion of African and Western tastes, bringing the vibrant flavours of Ghana to Daventry.
Mayor of Daventry, Cllr Mike Arnold, is looking forward to another successful festival and said, “The Food Festival has become a highlight of the Daventry events calendar and this year looks set to be our best yet. We are welcoming traders from Northamptonshire and beyond to share their produce with the town, and the variety of stalls is brilliant. Fingers crossed for a good forecast so we can all enjoy sampling some delicious food and drinks in the sunshine.”
Daventry Food Bank will also be attending the Food Festival, raising awareness of the vital work of the food bank in our community and accepting donations of food and toiletries. For a list of items required by the food bank and for more information about Daventry Food Festival, visit www.daventrytowncouncil.gov.uk/daventryfoodfestival.html.
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