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Southville Centre – Festive Food Fayre – December 11th

Posted on: November 30, 2010

Another opportunity to get into the festive foodie spirit, this time south of the river! Head down to the Southville Centre on Beauley Road on Saturday, December 11th for their first ever Festive Food Fayre and “an opportunity to buy local, artisan food to make your Christmas just that extra bit special.”

Between 10am and 4pm, you’ll be able to sample a whole host of local food and drink products, including…

  • Pies from Pieminister
  • Beer from Bristol Beers
  • Cheese from Trethowan’s Dairy
  • Gourmet sausages from Bristol Epicurians
  • Handmade chocolates from The Old Inn House
  • Christmas preserves, mince pies and pork pies from The Store Cupboard
  • Bramble jam and sloe gin from Heavenly Hedgerows
  • Cakes from Crumpet

…to name but a few 🙂

The centre’s cafe will be serving soup, cakes and mulled wine, along with the Christmas favourite of roasted chestnuts. Creative kids will have the chance to decorate their own Christmas biscuits, and the Southville Singing Group will be performing carols between 12.30 and 1pm to get everyone into the festive spirit.

To find out more about the Southville Centre, visit their website at http://www.southvillecentre.org.uk

 

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