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Love Food Spring Festival, March 27th and 28th

Posted on: March 24, 2010

Under a week to go until the Spring Festival is upon us. This time round, it’ll be held at Brunel’s Old Station, Temple Meads, on Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th March.

The biggest Love Food Festival to date promises a wealth of food-related goodness for those attending, including:

  • The Market: 60 stalls selling West Country food and drink
  • Picnic Area and Bar
  • Bordeaux Quay Cookery School Workshops
  • The Lively Library: talks, literature, and exchanging of ideas
  • The Den: arts, crafts, play, movement, growing, cooking and storytelling for kids
  • Therapy Area: sample treatments, natural remedies, advice & talks from local therapists
  • The Cinema: topical and informative short films for all ages
  • The Garden: a selection of culinary and medicinal herbs, plants and flowers

Attendees will be able to stock up on a variety of produce, including breads, chorizo, chocolates, olive oil, cheese and local vegetables, along with handmade Easter Eggs in time for the following weekend. For a full list of stalls, take a look at the Love Food website.

We’ll also be checking out the urban-city foraging described on the website: a walk designed to help foodies identify and find a variety of edible herbs, plants and weeds that are easily found in public areas.

Tickets for the event are only £2.50 for adults, and are free for children. With a successful history behind them, the festival organisers are guaranteed to make this a must-visit foodie experience.

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3 Responses to "Love Food Spring Festival, March 27th and 28th"

Thank you Bristol Bites! Looking forward to seeing you there, it’s going to be much fun x

You’re welcome…looking forward to it! 🙂 x

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