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Aldeburgh Food & Drink Festival

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Snape Maltings
Aldeburgh
Suffolk
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Event timing: Late September
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The Festival is a celebration of the abundance of quality, local food and drink to be found in East Suffolk. There will be over 90 exhibitors attending showcasing organic vegetables, fresh and smoked fish, rare breed meat and game, cheeses, frozen yoghurt, jams, beer, wine and lager.

The main festival weekend is always an impressive two-day programme of talks, workshops and cookery demonstrations from top chefs.

Dogs- permitted on site with lead, but not in marquee (with the exception of guide dogs).

More details can be found on the website.

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