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Good Taste Food and Drink Festival

An event in April in Derbyshire
The Historic Buxton Dome
Buxton
Derbyshire
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The Good Taste Food and Drink Festival is a celebration of local food. There will be a wide range of quality food and drinks produced in the Derbyshire Dales, High Peak and Staffordshire Moorlands to try and buy; including cakes, biscuits, meat, cheese, ice cream, beer and wines from producers such as Derbyshire Dale Organics, Hope Valley Ice Cream and Peak Ales. There will also be entertainment for the whole family, including cookery demonstrations, food tastings, face-painting, and biscuit decorating.

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