Artisan Food Fair

Type:Food / Drink Festival

Easton, GRANTHAM, Lincolnshire, NG33 5AP

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Artisan Food Fair

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Easton Walled Gardens is at the heart of a diverse culinary scene so what better way to celebrate than by bringing together over 20 of the finest local food and drink producers to celebrate all that the area has to offer. The third Artisan Food Fair is to be held on Sunday 17th November between 11am and 3.00pm.

As usual there will be an array of wonderful stall holders offering a large variety of produce from specialty meats and artisan cheeses to handmade confectionary and mouth-watering fudge. As well as delicious produce and the opportunity to get some Christmas shopping done, the gardens will be open for you to wander at your leisure.

The 400-year-old, 12-acre gardens are a relaxing, rural retreat. It’s a chance to see the gardens from a completely different perspective at this time of year while the gardens are being prepared for the 2020 season. The tearoom will be open serving light lunches and afternoon teas and a well-stocked gift shop welcomes you with carefully chosen products for more Christmas shopping inspiration.

Garden owner, Ursula Cholmeley says “Living and working on a rural country estate has really given us a great love and respect for local food and drink producers. We want to help celebrate what our region has to offer and have brought together some of the truly talented producers we have in the area. There’ll be some great Christmas shopping opportunities and also the chance to try before you buy.

We look forward to welcoming lots of visitors and successful third year of this event.” Normal garden admission applies.

Free admission for Friends of Easton Walled Gardens

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Normal garden admission applies. Free admission for Friends of Easton Walled Gardens.

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