Beverley Food Festival Set To Serve Up A Real Treat

Beverley Food Festival Set To Serve Up A Real Treat

Organisers of the which takes place Sunday 2 October are set to serve up a real treat for what will be the 11th year the event has been held.

With numbers visiting the Food Festival set to be somewhere in the region of 20,000 people, Town Clerk, explained some of the benefits gained by staging the Beverley Food Festival, she said;

“It is important to keep Beverley alive and vibrant, the Food Festival and various other festivals in the town throughout the year help to support this ethos, whilst having a positive impact on the local economy.”

With a slight increase in the number of stalls it means there will be more local food and drink of all types for people to try and buy at the event.

New for this year is the The Eat In, Street Food Stalls that includes award winning Shoot the Bull, Beverley’s own 2 Chefs John Ben, Burts Pizza of Brandsburton, A Seafood and  Oyster Bar, Happy Hogs Roasts.

While throughout the day there will a demonstrations by some of the best local chefs along with food related presentations. Entertainment at the Food Festival will include BGT contestants the Garnett Sisters.

Town Clerk, Helen Watson said;

“We look forward to seeing lots of residents and visitors at the Food Festival on 2 October.”

“We have some great  quality local food stalls and demos and wonderful entertainment planned for this year so come along and join the fun.”

“Beverley is a beautiful medieval market town with a lot of culture and heritage.”

“Residents and visitors can enjoy Beverley for its many assets including  festivals, culture, history, shopping and  the varied food and drink offer.”

“We would like to a huge thank you to  our all our sponsors Jacksons  Yorkshire Champion Bread, T Soanes and Son, Kcom, EY Events, East Riding College, Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitality Association, , Lakeland and P & O Ferries.”

The 11th Beverley Food Festival takes place on Sunday 2 October from 10AM until 4PM.

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