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Moretonhampstead Festival of Food, Drink and Arts

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The Moretonhampstead Festival of Food, Drink & Arts takes place annually on the first or second Saturday in March with up to 100 exhibitors present - mainly food and drink producers but with a few arts related exhibitors as well. In addition there are cookery and bakery demonstrations, children's activities and an Arts exhibition in Greenhill Arts Centre.

For full up to date information please visit the website or email: or telephone 01647 440960.

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