Saltburn Food Festival – Sunday 30th July

Make sure you get yourself down to Saltburn for the 5th annual Saltburn Food Festival on Sunday 30 July – a day packed full of good local food!

There will be more than 100 fantastic stalls for the first time with some of the best local food producers from the North East and North Yorkshire. There will be a variety of things to try, buy and see, like locally produced sausages, meat & game, fresh fruit & veg, veggie & vegan specials, world street food, freshly baked artisan bread, handmade cheese, locally brewed beers, chocolate, cakes & biscuits, gingerbread & ginger specials, gourmet scotch eggs, a gluten free stall, hog roast, plus local arts & crafts and much more besides. And, in another first, the Festival is expanding through the town centre to include Dundas Street East and Station Street, transforming the town into a buzzing Festival village for a day packed full of fun for all the family to enjoy.

Besides the market stalls, there will be a live cookery stage on Milton Street! Click here and scroll down to check out the full lineup for the day.

And if you think that that’s all there is to the Food Festival, think again! There are so many more things to discover around the town, like the Cider Festival and children’s climbing wall at Saltburn House, the Festival Cocktail and Cakes Garden at Brockley Hall, the The Yorkshire Vintage Fair at Saltburn Community Hall, and the free Prosecco for all at Ollie B’s womans clothing shop!

With so much to see, eat and do, you’d be daft to miss out! For more info, please take a look at the Saltburn Food Festival website.

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