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Plymouth Flavour Fest

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One of the most eagerly awaited events in the Westcountry food and drink calendar returns to Plymouth again this August for a packed three-day festival of great food, drink and entertainment.

Plymouth City Centre will be transformed into a bustling Continental-style market, full of excitement, colour and the smells of delicious food being prepared as Plymouth Flavour Fest returns for its fifth year, from Friday August 15 through until Sunday August 17.

A highlight of the Plymouth Summer Festival, the free entry event is expected to attract huge crowds to Plymouth City Centre’s Piazza after proving to be a massive success over the last four years. During that time it has firmly established itself as Britain’s biggest farmers market and the Westcountry’s largest free food and drink festival.

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