Showcasing bread makers, wine producers, gin distillers, craft brewers, cheese specialists, street food and more, Local Food Britain's Countryside Food Festival will be held on Priory Farm's popular Discovery Walk.
Visitors will be able to nibble and sip their way around the festival and enjoy one-to-one chats with the producers on Saturday September 15, 10am to 4pm.
And, if you want to widen your foodie knowledge, you can climb aboard a vintage bus to pick up tips from expert speakers.
There will also be a ticketed pop-up restaurant featuring fire pit cooking from The Salt Box and children's workshops hosted by Laura Scott from How to cook good food.
This year's Preserves with Passion competition will also coincide with our festival, with a fantastic top prize to be won by one skilled jam, jelly or chutney maker.
Entry is £2 per person, and free for children aged under 16, and includes entry to Priory Farm's Discovery Walk (normally £3 per person). A 25% donation of all ticket sales will go to Macmillan Cancer Support.
Local Food Britain's Countryside Food Festival will run from 10am until 4pm and there will be plenty of free parking. BBC Surrey will be broadcasting live from the event until midday.
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In association with...
Local Food Britain's Countryside Food Festival is held in association with BBC Surrey, Surrey Life, WeFiFo, Surrey Hills, North Downs Way and Macmillan Cancer Support.
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