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Slow Food Festival

An event in August in Edinburgh and the Lothians
Scottish Seabird Centre
North Berwick
Edinburgh and the Lothians
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The Marquee on Anchor Green, Scottish Seabird Centre, North Berwick. Local producers and retailers come together to bring you the best in food and wine to taste and purchase. From fine wine to organic bread, smoked fish to freshly ground coffee, deli products to organic vegetables & local honey and much, much more. Children’s activities include quizzes, treasure hunt (with prizes) and face painting. Admission 50p adults, children free

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