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Salisbury Food & Drink Festival

An event in September in Wiltshire
Market Place
Salisbury
Wiltshire
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Event timing: Mid-September
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With activities happening across the week, market stalls and Festival Feast, make sure you keep a note in your diary and keep checking for up to date news and plans! Come along to tickle your taste buds with sweet preserves, garlic beer and local hand reared produce at the Food and Drink Market. With many stalls there will be something for everyone to savour and experience. As part of the Festival celebrations there will be live jazz, street theatre performances and foodie fun activities for children and adults alike. Sit back and relax to watch professional chefs cook up a storm with exciting, fresh ingredients to create some fabulous dishes!

Contact: Amy Curtis Tel: 01722 332 241

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