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Thame Food Festival

Thame Food Festival attractions really  expand this year

 This year’s event on the 29th and 30th September is promising to be even bigger and better…

 Aside from the wonderful artisan producers, street food stalls and obviously yummy foodie sampling, there will also be a pop-up pub and botanical gin garden run by FestivAles, plus:

 

Chef and Baker Demonstrations

A myriad of demonstrations on the Magimix main stage will be taking place including Raymond Blanc OBE, Benoit Blin, Chris Wheeler, Candice Brown and Jane Devonshire to name just a few! Not to mention other demonstrations galore on featured stalls, such as Belazu and Bell Kitchens.

 

Masterclasses and Workshops

Get involved and enjoy the many workshops and masterclasses going on. Bell Kitchens will be running free pizza making workshops using Clementi wood fired pizza ovens, while WI Denham will be hosting masterclasses on edible gifts and patisserie. For children (aged 4-14) The Oxfordshire Pizza Company will be encouraging them to roll, shape, top and then eat their own pizza.

 

More than just food

Enter into the festival vibe with the dedicated live music area and join in with all the fun and frolics of the Dog Show by Hearing Dogs for Deaf People. Children will also be entertained by activities run by local charity – Thomley, including ‘design your favourite dish’, face painting, tattoos – of the temporary variety – archery and giant bubbles. For the shopaholics, step into a marquee of eclectic vintage-themed and beautifully unique home and kitchenware exhibitors by Humble Country. Or enjoy unique experiences in the Schwartz Sensorium or Greenpeace Dome where you can step into the Arctic and Rainforest to see the impact we’re having on our planet.

 

Come for the day…

There is something to appeal to the whole family plus the pooch! Easily accessible, with the free shuttle bus sponsored by Aylesbury Waterside Theatre from the Town Hall to the Showground, you may want to come for the day or even extend your visit over the weekend to make the most of the event.

Entrance is £5 per day (accompanied children under 16 go free), but if you buy your tickets in advance for both days it is only £8. To find out more visit www.thamefoodfestival.co.uk

And come eat, drink and do! Join us for a fun, fabulous, feasting family day out!

 

Exclusive Competition

For a chance to win 3 entry tickets to either Saturday or Sunday, simply answer the question below:

Where does the free Shuttle Bus run from?

Email your answers along with your name and address to Steph at villageview@live.co.uk buy Thursday 20th September 2018.

 

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