The festival will entertain, educate and fill up the whole family, showcasing the best in local and regional produce as well as giving budding chefs the opportunity to watch live cookery demonstrations and get involved in foraging.
There will be a whole host of entertainment for younger visitors including traditional rides such as a swing boat and carousel, face painting, Deen City Farm, fairground organ, giant garden games and’50 things to do before you’re 11 ¾’.
There will be live music all weekend including Tiger Tim’s Ragamuffins, Wandle Concert Band and Merton Concert Band. A number of classic cars will be on show on the Saturday for visitors to enjoy. With hot food, artisan produce, a vibrant atmosphere and a traditional hay bale-filled picnic area where families can eat their goodies and relax in this lovely setting.
For further information visit www.fantasticbritishfoodfestivals.com