Wells Food Festival in pictures

wells food festivalFinally, after weeks of my banging on about it on the blog, the Wells Food Festival took place last Sunday, and what a fantastic event it was too. Despite the miserable weather, the crowds descended on England’s smallest city in their droves. And what a great array of wonderful regional food and drink there was on offer; I was like a pig in mud. Shame we’re so blinking broke at the moment, otherwise I’d probably have purchased something from every single stall. Although that’s possibly a good thing for the waistline.

Here’s the event in pictures. Words will follow later in the week when I’ll be reporting on the cake competition and vintage tea party…

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Matthew Fort was checking at the Lievito Bakery stall just before I took this shot. Pity I didn’t get him in too, but I have a silly tendency to go super shy around famous people.

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6 thoughts on “Wells Food Festival in pictures

  1. Great to see so much amazing food, and so many food producers, in one place – I guess that’s what food festivals are all about, but even so yours looks like an exceptionally good one. Did you enter the cake competition?

    • It was a fab event, Sarah. So lucky to have something that scale practically on our doorstep. Yes I did enter the cake competition – will be posting on that later in the week…

  2. I went to the market on Sunday and was surprised how many people were there. The marquee was so crowded we just went down one aisle and then gave up and went back out! I thought the whole thing was well organised and exciting, I never knew there were so many food producers in this area.

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