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The Cotswolds’ finest food and drink will flow at Gatcombe Park Festival


The organisers of the annual Festival of British Eventing at Gatcombe Park (which sadly had to be cancelled due to the impact of Covid) are hosting a vibrant and fun-filled food and drink festival over the weekend of 30th July -1st August. 

Enjoy the variety and flavours of the bustling street food market. Dive into one of the live culinary classes to marvel at the demonstrations from leading local chefs, butchers and mixologists.

Taste the outstanding range of organic beers, cider and wines from our local award-winning breweries and vineyards.

There is something for everyone with a handpicked selection of artisan traders selling products ranging from local honey to homewares and fashion, providing a fully rounded shopping experience. The large children’s entertainment area will keep the young ones happy too!

Topped off with some live music and DJ’s, this summer celebration of our rural community is one not to be missed.

Peter Phillips, Event Director, said: “Hosting a Food and Drink Festival at Gatcombe has been a long-held ambition of mine. I love my food and drink and we are lucky enough to be in a part of the country which has some amazing food and drink producers. I am passionate about supporting our local communities and the businesses that are generated within them.

“After the struggles of the past 18 months, this is an exciting opportunity to get out and about at a safe outdoor event for a fun day for all the family to enjoy that sure to put a smile back on everyone’s faces.”

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For more information visit: Gatcombe Park Food and Drink Festival | Facebook

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