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Nantwich Food & Drink Festival

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Nantwich Food & Drink Festival is one of the top food and drink events in the country. It is primarily a showcase for all that is best in Cheshire produce, but the county's central position means food and drink from Wales, the Marches and North West England are all well represented, with a huge variety of food and drink on offer.

Britain's Tastiest Food Festival takes place annually on the last weekend of September. The Festival will centre on our Civic Hall which will be transformed into a vast Gourmet Food Hall comfortably housing up to 50 stalls, and this will be augmented by many other stalls throughout the centre of the town including, of course, our not-to-be-missed Farmers' Market. Town centre pubs, cafés, shops and restaurants will host tasting sessions and demonstrations throughout the weekend and there will also be a variety of street entertainment creating a great party atmosphere.

For more info call: 07552 193421

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