Belper Food Festival 2019

Sunday sees the return of the summer Food Festival for the 12th year, organised by Belper Town Council, and involving many local businesses and groups.

The summer food festival is one of the biggest draw of visitors to the town, regularly attracting thousands to King Street and the Memorial Gardens.

The festival offers locally made food to take home, and a variety of hot and cold food and drinks as you go around.  Last year we tried chocolate champagne, local made pastries, fudge, local cheeses, peach prosecco, and saw some businesses that had been present at the Good Food Show.

There will be live music in some locations around the town.

Belper’s brand new book “Belper in Wartime: The Great War”, by Adrian Farmer, Richard Pinkett and George Gunby, will be on sale in the Memorial Gardens.

And at 2pm from the North Mill, Adrian Farmer is joint-leading a heritage walk to the Strutt farms, which includes a very rare look inside Crossroads Farm.

There will be things happening up at the Market Place, where Vegan Revelation will be taking over No. 28.

Vegan Revelation have also invited Praxis Probiotics to bring their THRIVE event to No. 28 for the food festival.

Vegan Revelation and Thrive offer the following stalls at No. 28:

Pr@xis Probiotics demonstrates and sells probiotic fermented food and drinks.

Mind and Body Tree offers nutritional therapy and a juice bar

Active Cancer Therapy Support – Cancer Awareness and Support*

Pippa Porcupine Damn Fine Natural Skin Care Co.

My Happy Space offers wellbeing sessions created especially for introverted people with anxiety.

Clutter to Clarity is a 2nd hand/vintage clothing pop-up running swaps and sales to limit landfill

Derbyshire Against the Cull teaches how to help protect our beloved, endangered species.

Priya Shah – Family Make Up Artist – Face paint and glitter, for all ages.

Pr@xis Probiotics are giving any donations to Active Cancer Therapy Support.

We’d love to tell you what else to expect, but you’ll just have to come and find out.

WHEN: Sunday 7 July 2019
HOURS: 10.00am to 4.00pm

Derwent Street car park is no longer available for parking.  Parking is available at the Coppice on the Market Place, Green Lane, and Field Lane. Please consider using public transport.

*Disclaimer: Nailed does not promote alternative therapies as a replacement for medical care.

Clare Washbrook

Current Editor-in-Chief News and magazine editor since 1995 Post-grads: Literature; Theatre; Journalism, Ethics & Law Community Affiliations: Belper Goes Green, Belper's WW1 Poppies, Amber Valley Solidarity No political party memberships/affiliations.

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