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Nantwich Food Festival, Friday, August 30 to Sunday, September 1, at various locations. Free entry to events, a cooking demonstration theatre, children's activities on Love Lane car park, live music, entertainment, street food and hundreds of exhibitors are just part of the event.

    Giving demonstrations at the Civic Hall Food Theatre over the three days are Rosemary Shrager, Matt Tebbutt, Sean Wilson, Nigel Brown, Snugbury's, Churche's Mansion, and St Martha Greek Restaurant. On the Fisher and Paykel Chef Stage will be The Vegetarian Society Cookery School; The Thatch with Brad Linford; Snugburys; Shane Guildford of Cheshire College South and West; The Swan, Marbury: Reaseheath College; Dion-wy Jones, Executive Chef from Crewe Hall; Zalena Vandrewala of Rose Petals and Rice; Jamie Hunt from The Cotton Arms, Wrenbury; and Rob Reynolds of Nantwich Supper Club.

   The Mornflake food hall and street food will be on the car park by The Bowling Green pub, as will The Vine music stage.

    A Music Extravaganza will take place at 7pm on the Saturday in St Mary's Parish Church in the town centre. Tickets are 10 for adults, 5 for children, with under 3s free. A mix of music will be performed by Nantwich Voices, Nantwich Youth Choir and Nantwich Young Voices. They will be accompanied by the TCTC (formerly Co-op) Youth

 

 

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Wind Band. The event will have a Proms-style finale. Tickets from St Mary's Parish Office in Church Walk; The Wingate Centre, Wrenbury; or online at www.wychmalbankrotary.org/concert.

   There will be four competitions - three for children and a barbecue one for families or groups of friends - during the weekend.

   Disabled parking will be in the Dysart Buildings car park. Park and Ride pick up and drop off points will be at Nantwich Town Football Club on The Waterlode and Swine Market; The Barony and the bus station in Beam Street; and Brine Leas School and the Love Lane entrance.

    Nine charities will be supported by proceeds from the festival.

    Wristbands are free for children attending Kids' Corner so that any lost children can be reunited with their parents.

   The times for events on the three days are: Friday, 11am to 8pm; Saturday, 9am to 6pm; and Sunday, 10am to 5pm.

   The full list of events throughout the weekend can be found in the Festival Guide available from Nantwich Civic Hall, the Festival Office in Churchyardside, and other locations.

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