West Country Food Adventures 2019

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Your guide to what's on throughout West Country Food Adventures 13 to 28 July - encouraging you to Taste the Landscape across Somerset

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13 - 28 JULY


Introduction

we chose to live in Somerset, we got to know our new home by eating and drinking our way around the county. A

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of apples or little shed of eggs by a cottage garden would have us screech to a halt for the freshest produce.

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was real farming, with little input other than sun, soil, rain and deep understanding. We discovered cider makers

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tell us the names of every tree, and bakers from dynasties of village fête-winners. Little by little we understood

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remarkable and precious were the smokers, the shrimp-catchers, the charcuterers and the wine-makers, who use

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unique landscape to develop our heritage of food and drink. It made us relish our finds more, because we knew the

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of how much skill and graft had gone into their creation. But, like Breton oysters that can only be tasted in Paris,

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the best produce seemed difficult to get hold of in the place it was created.

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we started a food festival, which has now grown to 16 eat:Festivals this year, spanning towns in North, South, East

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West Somerset, with the greatest produce from the land around them. You’re very welcome to all of them; they’re

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and fun and keep winning awards. But it all started with little adventures into food and drink.

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so many of these producers have now thrown open their doors to us all, to come and discover how their

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flavours are made. West Country Food Adventures are an invitation to get to the root of what the land is for.

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can ask questions, taste test, have a go or just have a picnic and go & explore a farm. We’ve tried to make it easy

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get to by bus, bike, horse or on foot. Most of the events are free and many can be self-led. If you’ve been looking for

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excuse to delve into the levels or moors, coast or hills of this beautiful part of the world, these West Country Food

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are a great place to start.

Adventures

& Sarah Milner Simonds

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thanks for their support to Old Mill, The Real Farming Trust and Sedgemoor District Council

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of Taste the Landscape

Origins

the Landscape, Somerset’s first food trail event, was launched in July 2018 by a group of community organisations

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are passionate about locally produced, sustainable food. They include Wells Food Network, Reimagining The Levels,

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Community Food, Somerset Local Food, Sustainable Wells and Green Wedmore.

Somerset

aim was to celebrate the best of Somerset’s food and farming by showcasing its farmers and producers as well as

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cafés and pubs. Unlike many other food trails, which are often linked to tourism and focused on food outlets,

retailers,

wanted to give people a chance to visit Somerset’s farmers and producers in person and learn more about how they

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their wonderful food and drink.

produce

that end, Taste the Landscape was modelled on arts weeks where artists open their doors to the public over a set

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Participants ranged from vineyards, cheese makers and vegetable growers to artisan bakers, goat herders and

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makers. Activities such as vineyard tours and sausage making workshops were organised and participating pubs

cider

cafés were asked to feature local food on the menu. The event was mostly free to visitors, with a modest charge for

and

special events.

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this way, we hoped to increase the visibility of, and demand for, locally produced and sustainable food. As Wells Food

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chair Stewart Crocker explains: “We all believe that by putting healthy, sustainable food at the heart of all we

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we can strengthen our communities, conserve our countryside and boost our local economy. The aim of Taste the

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is to celebrate the great work being done by so many small-scale Somerset producers who are working hard

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produce the best product they can while also enhancing our landscape, protecting biodiversity, farming to high

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standards, reducing food miles – and, of course, producing delicious food and drink.” Feedback from year one of

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Food Trail was very positive. As most of the organisers of the 2018 event were volunteers, we then commissioned

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eat:Festivals to produce Taste the Landscape in 2019.

award-winning

very much hope you enjoy it!

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Taste the Landscape


have curated a wide range of activties across the wider Somerset area.

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will find an introduction to the event, talk, tasting or happening; the

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and when it is happening.

location;

information about each event, including travel advice and an interactive

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is at map

www.westcountryfoodadventures.org

events require tickets, you'll find a booking link here

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love to know your thoughts! If you enjoy your expereince we can be even

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adventurous next year. Take part in the survey, with a Prize Draw, on our

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at each partcipating venue or by completing the form on the back

website,

Real Farming Trust supports people and organisations working to realise two key ideas of

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that farming should be designed to provide abundant good food for everyone

agroecology:

wrecking the rest of the world; and that all communities should have control of their own

without

supply.

food

this end it has this year launched a loan programme called LEAP.

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also runs events. Do join us for the annual and hugely popular Oxford Real Farming Conference in January

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for next year’s ORFC go on sale in October); and a short course on “Good Food for Everyone Forever” we’re

(tickets

this August (20-22) with The Black Mountains College in Talgarth, Wales.

holding

Index

Overview - how it works

Mendip 6 - 9

Sedgemoor 11 - 13

North Somerset 14 - 17

South Somerset 18 -25

Exmoor & SWAT 26 - 28

page

BANES 29 - 30

www.campaignforrealfarming.org


Mendip

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FARMERS' MARKET IN

SOMERSET

GLASTONBURY

The Producer' at Glastonbury Farmers' Market:

'Meet

out more about local food and drink at our

Find

FARM

WOOKEY

FARM DAY

OPEN

and visit this small farm and meet the goats

Come

cheese is made here.

whose

open to visitors all days - please follow the signs

Farm

the farm.

on

will have cheese tastings and a chance to

Saturdays

the Farmer.

Meet

question & answer event

Market Place, Glastonbury, BA6 9EU

Wookey Farm, Monks Ford, Wookey, BA5 1DT

www.somersetfarmersmarkets.co.uk

www.wookeyfarm.com

Every day plus Saturday 13, 20 and 27 July 10 - 12

Saturday 27 July 10 - 2pm

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started Healing Gardens Cooperative in 2007

Juliet

the aim of turning an unused field adjacent to

with

Waters Sanctuary, into a tranquil community

Healing

space. The vision was for local residents to

garden

access to land so that they could nourish

have

with home grown organic produce and

themselves

hold a one hour hands on work shop of gardening

Will

and wild edible plant identification at 3pm

approaches

visitors can tour the gardens or picnic in the

and

for the rest of the time.

gardens

is a small fee of £2.00 per person for entering

There

gardens

the

you at

See

Sunday Market

Shepton

WILD FOOD & NATURE GARDENING

educate themselves.

73a Tor View Avenue, Glastonbury, BA6 8AG

www.healing-gardens.co.uk

Friday 26, Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 July 2 - 5

21 July 10 - 3

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R E E F E S T I V E

F

O O D & D R I N K

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focal point of Wells selling local produce, crafts and

A

gifts

Market Place, BA5 2RF

Wells

17 and 24 July 9 - 4

Wednesday

Pop Up Pub and BBQ will be back in action over

Our

summer months staring the 20th July. Cooking up

the

delicious Wick burgers (meat or veggie) alongside

our

Pop Up Pub selling Cider, Beer, Wines and soft

our

Holiday Cottages, Wick Lane, Glastonbury

Middlewick

8JW BA6

www.middlewickholidaycottages.co.uk

20 & 27 July 6 - 8.30pm

Saturday

ALSO ON IN MENDIP

Wells Market

Saturday 13, 20 and 27 July 9 - 4

Middlewick Pop-up Pub & BBQ

Taunton 30 November

Burnham-on-Sea 7 December

Portishead Marina 14 December

Winter Gardens WSM 15 December

drinks. Join us for good food, good drink and good fun.

F E S T I V A L S

Amazing local produce

Free entertainment

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out the walking, cycling and public transport

Check

for each venue at

options

www.westcountryfoodadventures.org

on our interactive map

and


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Sedgemoor


2 hour walk with expert Becky Hughes - details

Guided

flora, fauna and wildlife foraging

on

the world of wildlife around us on a guided

Discover

through beautiful countryside

walk

Clavelshay Farm, North Petherton, Bridgwater,

Lower

6PJ TA6

BACK TO NATURE AT CLAVELSHAY BARN

Book online

www.clavelshaybarn.co.uk

Tuesday 23 July 10.30 - 1

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Wilkin's is an instituation. CAMRA award-winning

Roger

in a unique setting.

cider

End Farm, Mudgley, Wedmore, BS28 4TU

Lands

01934 712385

www.wilkinscider.com

inspired supper club on this magnificent

Asia-Pacfiic

farm

per place book online

£35

Farmer, Charlynch Road, Bridgwater,

Gothelney

2PQ TA5

for "Gothelney Farm" on Facebook

Search

Street, Bridgwater, TA6 3NH

Fore

19 & 26 July 9 - 3

Friday

per person

£20

01278 726011 to book

Call

Spoon, YMCA, Friarn Avenue, Bridgwater

Purple

3RF TA6

outdoor festival in Bridgwater featuring local

Free

alongside over 100 performance artists

producers

the town centre, TA6 3BX

Throughout

www.bridgwaterquaysidefestival.co.uk

ALSO ON IN SEDGEMOOR

Wilkins Cider Farm

Bollywood Night

Welcome drink, 3 course meal and Bollywood dancing!

Saturday 13 July 7.30 - 10.30pm

Monday to Saturday 10 - 8 and Sunday 10 - 1

Australasian Feast

Bridgwater Quayside Festival

Saturday 20 July 11 - 5

Saturday 20 July 7.30 - 11pm

Bridgwater Castle Market

Local produce and general needs weekly market

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know not everyone lives on a

We

route, but please do check if

bus

North Somerset

you adventure is possible by bus

www.traveline.info

14


Days at the ciderbarn at Barleywood Walled

Open

- learn about traditional cidermaking, and

Garden

enjoy our orchards and ciders!

come

guided Cider Tasting on Saturday 20 July

Plus

see our antique manual presses, peaceful

Come

try our ciders or stay for a pint, and ask the

orchards,

anything you'd like to know about traditional

makers

making.

cider

20 July

Saturday

Cider Tasting £15, £10 for drivers.

Guided

spaces, book by emailing

Limited

barleywoodorchard@gmail.com

Walled Garden, Long Lane, Wrington, BS40

Barleywood

5SA

20 & Sun 21 July and Sat 27 & Sun 28 July

Sat

1 -8 and Sundays 12 - 6

Saturdays

can come to Simply Green and meet a couple

People

our suppliers, find out more about what they do and

of

SIMPLY GREEN'S SUMMER TASTER

BARLEY WOOD OPEN DAYS AT THE CIDER BARN

Discover this new Zero Waste store in Nailsea High St

their products and most importantly taste some!

Simply Green, 132 High Street, Nailsea, BS48 1AH

www.facebook.com/BarleyWoodOrchard

www.simplygreenzerowaste.co.uk

Saturday 20 July 12 - 3

15


and visit "egg central" and make your own

Come

egg from scratch.

Scotch

Saturday we have wines open to taste and in

Every

of the West Country Food Adventures we

celebration

be opening up wine that has been grown and

will

in Somerset. To grow grapes and make wine

produced

no easy job but the dedication of these producers

is

the quality wine they make has to be applauded

and

recognised. Each wine producing country has

and

grapes that they pioneer and right here in

certain

we grow grapes that thrive in a cooler

Somerset

producing wines with fresh vibrant acidity that

climate

Wine Shop, 21 Woodborough Road, Winscombe,

The

1AB BS25

Wine Shop is on the Strawberry Line and its a

The

minute stroll on traffic free roads to

30

SATURDAY WINE TASTING BENCH

MAKE YOUR OWN SCOTCH EGG AT NUTTS EGGS

are perfect for summer sipping.

www.thewinetastingco.com

No booking required - just turn up

Saturday 13 & 20 July 09.30 - 4.30

Unit 5, Purn House Farm, Bleadon, BS24 0QE

www.facebook.com/NuttsFor

Thatcher's Cider HQ in Sandford and the Railway Inn

Thursday 18 July 6 - 9pm

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on the success of last years event, this

Building

music and beer festival is returning in 2019

awesome

awesome LIVE acts throughout the day

5

includes a free pint

Ticket

bar selling Pimms, Gins and Prosecco

Glam

friendly! Kids come in free!

Family

barbecue and smoked meats catering

Professional

site on

soft drinks for kids and designated drivers

Free

castle and kids entertainment

Bouncy

Tours

Brewery

parking

Free

be offering tours of the brewhouse and tastings

We'll

some of our beers, all completely free.

of

www.pitchforkales.com

www.3d-beer.com

BREWERY TOUR & TASTINGS

BREWS, BLUES & BARBECUES

Beer O'Clock at the Brewery

so come along and experience.

Free of charge

Adults £9 (inc a free drink) and kids go free Buy online

The Brewery, West Hewish, WSM, BS24 6RR

The Brewery, West Hewish, WSM, BS24 6RR

www.bbb2019.co.uk

Friday 19 July 2 - 4 (ish)

Thursday 13 July 12 - 6pm

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South Somerset

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full tour and tasting of our farm taking a look at the

A

into cidermaking and orcharding.

process

tour will usually last 60-90 minutes with a booking at

A

24 hours in advance preferred. Includes a tour of

least

orchard, a look at the process into cidermaking

the

a full tasting of the Harry's range.

and

per person, please book in advance by emailing

£10

events@harryscidercompany.co.uk

HARRYS CIDER ORCHARD TOUR & TASTING

Littlefield Farm, Long Sutton, Langport, TA10 9NS

www.harryscidercompany.co.uk

15, 16, 19, 20, 22, 23 and 27 July 10.30 - 4

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food and relaxed service at this 15th century

Refined

house in the heart of the Somerset Levels

manor

special menu, most of which is derived from the

A

garden.

per person for 3-course lunch Please book online

£20

Langford, Lower Swell, Fivehead, TA3 6PH

The

HOME GROWN LUNCH AT LANGFORD - FIVEHEAD

www.langfordfivehead.co.uk

16, 17, 18, 19 and 20 July 12 - 3

20


us for a Mad Hatters Tea Party hosted by multiaward

Join

winning personal chef Steve James. It will be a

afternoon for the whole family.

great

splendid afternoon tea will be served with

A

scones and sweet treats with cups of tea

sandwiches,

sparkling elderflower (BYO welcome)

&

is plenty to see with animals on the small

There

Soay sheep, Pygmy Goats, Horses, Chickens,

holding,

Geese and if your lucky there will be little

Ducks,

as well.

chicks

don't know why, but the meals we have on picnics

"I

taste so much nicer than the ones we have

always

and enjoy a menu based around the famous

Come

adventures and head off to explore

five

a picnic from Eastfield farm - there is plenty to

Collect

with animals on the small holding, Soay sheep,

see

Goats, Horses, Chickens, Ducks, Geese and if

Pygmy

lucky there will be little chicks as well.

your

activities will also be set up for the children and

Some

can head off down the bridleway at the end of

you

FAMOUS FIVE PICNIC

MAD HATTERS TEA PARTY

Don't be late for a very important date!

indoors."

Mad hats are welcome

the field for a walk with your picnic exploring the area.

Adults £20 and children £13 (up to 14years) Book online

£11 per person Book online

Eastfield Farm, Tintinhull, BA22 8QW

Eastfield Farm, Tintinhull, BA22 8QW

www.stevejamesltd.com

www.stevejamesltd.com

Wednesday 24 July 11 - 3

Tuesday 23 July 2.30 to 5

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us at our shop - a haven of all good things in food

Join

wine - to taste some very special Somerset wines

and

across the county, and find out for yourself why

from

are becoming a region of great quality and variety

we

wine! Tastings accompanied by Deli Castle Cary

in

and charcuterie

cheeses

£10 per person Book by emailing

Adults

or call Camilla on

info@somersetwinecompany.com

Somerset Wine Company, Pitchings House, Market

The

Castle Cary, BA7 7AL

Place,

EASTERN FOOD FEAST

MIDDLE

LEVANT RESTAURANT

AT

us for dinner at the restaurant located in our

Join

Arts & Crafts house with rooms and garden

beautiful

chance to sample the very best of Middle Eastern

A

in the Southwest using locally sourced

food

many from our own kitchen garden. Tanya

ingredients,

be on hand to discuss the menu and offers hands

will

£20 per person, BYO & £4 corkage

From

Brookfield Station Road, Castle Cary,

Levant,

7BX BA7

www.levantcatering.com

LOCAL SOMERSET WINE TASTING

by the babbling brook.

on Cookery Classes for small groups.

01963 548228

www.somersetwinecompany.com

Saturday 13 July reservations from 7pm

Friday 26 & Saturday 27 July 12.30 - 2.30

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CLAY PIZZA OVEN MAKING &

PLOTGATE

MAKING AND GUIDED TOURS

PIZZA

and learn the art of clay oven building with cob

Come

Dan. Many hands or feet of all sizes needed for

master,

of charge, instruction manual is £15.

Free

booking: Turn up and join in

No

pizza oven will be fired up for a mass pizza

The

weekend. The veg patch pizza is a Plotgate

feasting

We will be offering full instruction on how to

specialty.

your perfect pizza from our prepared dough.

make

per pizza (guided tours of the farm are Free)

£5

booking: Turn up and join in

No

Community Farm, off Mill Road,

Plotgate

St David, TA11 6DF

Barton

TOUR OF FELTHAM'S FARM - THE HOME OF

A

MONK

RENEGADE

led tour of the our new cheese barn. We'll show you

A

parts of the farm (various animals including

other

quail, peacocks and our rare breed Oxford &

chickens,

Black pigs, who consume the cheese whey).

Sandy

tell you about how the cheese barn is fully

We'll

(powered by solar panel and ground and

sustainable

source heat - and how we run the farm on organic

air

sustainable principles - right down to our cheese

and

being done in an electric van (charged by

deliveries

The tour will conclude with a tasting of

solar).

Monk - and an opportunity to purchase

Renegade

to take away.

cheese

of charge

Free

Farm, Horsington Marsh, Templecombe,

Feltham's

0EN BA8

info@felthamsfarm.com

Special events at this community farm

Tour of sustainable cheese barn with tasting.

clay mixing, sand smoothing, and cob building!

Saturday 13 & Sunday 14 July 10 - 6

Saturday 27 & Sunday 28 July 12 - 8

15, 18 and 22 July at 11am

www.plotgatecsa.wordpress.com

Friday 19 July ????

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80 local producers, cook school, art workshops,

Over

and street entertainment

music

eat:Crewkerne

Free food and drink festival in Crewkerne town centre

Town centre, Crewkerne, TA18 8DA

www.eatfestivals.org

Saturday 20 July 10 - 4

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NECTAR CIDER FARM

DORSET

SESSIONS

TASTING

tastings at the Dorset Nectar Cider Farm - you

Cider

invited to visit our tasting room to sample our

are

of 12 different ciders and find out how our

range

are made.

ciders

can try our bright and lightly sparkling Elderflower

You

or our Vintage Dry Old Harry Rocks, or rather try

Cider

sweet and smooth Hunnybubble Cider or the light

the

fruity Dorset Wildcat cider.

and

cider farm and orchard is a wonderful place to

The

outdoors with a pint of cider or adventure into

relax

orchard.

the

on leads are welcome.

Dogs

Cary Tuesday Market, Market House, Castle

Castle

BA7 7AH. A vibrant weekly street market 16 and

Cary,

House Market, nr Yeovil, TA15 6XP. 30+ stalls

Montecute

a variety of fresh, artisan and traditionally-made

with

Street Food Festival, Marine Parade, Lyme Regis

Dorset

3JE. Fourteen street food vendors & bar

DT7

Dorset Seafood Festival, Weymouth Harbour,

Nyetimber

8BG. Around 100 producers focusing on seafood

DT4

the harbour www.dorsetseafood.co.uk

around

13 & 14 July 10.30 - 5.30

Saturday

Monkeys, Glastonbury Friday 19 and 26 July

Hundred

a special Plotgate dish "A Plot-Plate" on

Featuring

ALSO ON...

23 July 8.30 - 2

food & drink. Saturday 27 July 10 -2

Saturday 13 July 12 - 10pm and Sunday 14 July 12 - 8

The tasting room is open Monday to Saturday

Free of charge

Strong Orchard, Pineapple Lane, Waytown, DT6 5HZ

www.dorsetnectar.co.uk

their Friday a la carte menu

13 July, 15 to 20 inc, 22 to 27 July 10 - 6

25


Exmoor & Somerset West and Taunton

Taste the Landscape

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tour mostly on land not usually accessible to the

Farm

See our North Devon cattle, Exmoor horn sheep,

public.

travel around our Exmoor hill farm in a purposebuilt

We

trailer pulled by the farm tractor and talk about

our guests would like us to talk about: the

whatever

of the farm, the local breeds of animal we keep,

history

we are trying to farm as sustainably as possible,

how

our animals are raised, writing, climate change,

how

is essential, by email or phone. Adult: £ 10.00

Booking

£ 5.00 (under 16 years) Children under 2 years

Child:

free Family ticket: £ 25.00 (2 adults and 2

go

children)

Ilkerton Farm, Barbrook, Lynton, Devon,

West

6QA EX35

Food Art & Crafts Mini Festival is open for all

Thai

Come and experience authentic Thai Culture,

ages.

Food to Eat In or Take Away

Thai

costume for hire and for Photo shoot

Thai

Traditional dance

Thai

Massage

Thai

Art and Craft Stalls

Thai

Cookery Demonstrations

Thai

Art live Drawing Demonstrations

Thai

Fruit Craving Demonstrations

Thai

is not a sit-down meal it is to be enjoyed at your

This

either at the hall or to take home.

leisure

entry charge

No

Memorial Hall, Taunton, TA3 7JZ

Trull

www.foncosens.co.uk

13 July 11 - 10 and Sunday 14 July 11 - 4

Saturday

RETRO TASTE OF THAI

WEST ILKERTON FARM TOURS

Exmoor ponies, plenty of wildlife and beautiful scenery.

cuisine, Thai Dance and Demonstrations.

veganism...

Beer Garden

www.westilkerton.co.uk

13, 14, 15, 19 to 28 inc July 2.30 - 4

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Farmers' Market on The Parade, TA24 5UF.

Minehead

real alternative to the supermarket for your weekely

A

Farmers' Market, The Community Centre,

Wiveliscombe

2JP. Carefully curated range of producers

TA4

the wide-range of independents in the

complementing

Saturday 13, 20 & 27 July 9.30 - 12.45

village

Explorers Weekend. A family weekend away

Exmoor

games, exploring, stream dipping, and the chance

with

help us by getting involved with some conservation

to

Accommodation and food included. 4 bed room

work.

eat:Portishead

eat:Wellington

eat:Weston

eat:Nailsea

eat:Minehead

eat:Burnham-on-Sea

food & drink festivals celebrating

Free,

producers with entertainment

local

ALSO ON...

shop. Friday 19 & 26 July 8.30 - 2

10 August

7 September

28 September

5 October

12 October

26 October

Adultsexmoor Exploreres weekend

in town centres

www.eatfestivals.org

£150, 6 bed room/£170 Saturday 13 & 14 July

Western Daily Press Food & Farming Awards

https://conta.cc/32dPRF4

BEST FOOD MARKET IN THE SOUTH WEST

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Bath & North East Somerset


& Grounded Brewery Tours, 91 Whitby Road,

Lost

BS4 4AR. Behind the scenes tour of this state-

Bristol,

brewery £15 per person (entry to the

of-the-art

Sessions is Free). Tour booking is essential:

Summer

www.lostandgrounded.co.uk

online

20 July 2.30 - 3.30

Saturday

Farmers' Market, Market Walk, BS31 1FS.

Keynsham

monthly market with a wide selection

Award-winning

Bath Vegan Festival, Bath Pavillion, North Parade

Road, BA2 4EU. 70+ stalls, informative and interesting

Farir Street High Hanham

& cookery demos. £3 on the door Saturday 20

talks

10.30 - 4.30

July

Family Cider Festival at Kingswood RFC,

2019

Road, Bristol, BS15 9RA £5 per ticket (in

Grimsbury

£8 on the gate Under 18s go Free

advance)

Saturday 13 July 12 - 9

www.kingswoodciderfest.co.uk

High Street Summer Street Fair, Bristol, BS15

Henham

Market stalls, funfair rides and entertainment for

3DQ

Farmers Market, Waitrose Piazza, BS20 7DE

Portishead

meats, breads and cheeses Saturday 13 July 9 -

Local

Family Market Portishead, Old Mill, BS20 6AF

Saturday

point for the community to buy & eat locally

Meeting

entertainment

with

13, 20 & 27 July 9 - 2

Saturday

& Backwell Beer & Cider Festival, The rugby

Nailsea

West Lane, Nailsea, BS48 4BY Largest

club,

beer & cider festival in the south-west £5

independent

the gate Saturday 13 July 12 - 11 and Sunday 14 July

on

Village Market, Cornation Hall, BS24 0PQ 30+

Bleadon

inc seasonal veg, fresh meat, baked goods

producers

ALSO ON...

the family Free of charge Saturday 13 July 2 - 5

12.30

of local producers Saturday 13 July 9 - 1

12 - 8

and some craft Saturday 20 July 9.30 - 12

30


love to know your thoughts! If you enjoy your experience we can be even more adventurous next year. Take part in

We'd

survey, with an optional Prize Draw, on our website, at each partcipating venue or by completing the form below

the

What was the best part of the adventure?

5.

_______________________________________

draw is for one SuperFast

Prize

A completed form,

Thermapen.

by any means, will be draw

returned

random and the winner contacted

at

Taste the Landscape

DID YOU

1. Which venues/events did you visit? (please write all

6. What was your favourite food or drink discovery?

________________________________________

visited)

________________________________________

________________________________________

______________________________________

_____________________________________

2. What is your home postcode: _______________

7. Who didn't take part who really should next year?

3. How did you travel to the venues/events?

_______________________________________

_______________________________________

4. How many people were in your party?

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