Great family days out this summer with Fantastic British Food Festivals

Fantastic British Food Festivals celebrate independent food and drink producers in stunning locations across the South of England including Bodiam Castle, Wimbledon Park, Leeds Castle, Bath and Sandown Park Racecourse  to October. With face-painting, story tellers, giant garden games and much more, each festival offers a great family day out. Even fussy eaters will be tempted into new food adventures by the range of international and local delicacies, from artisan bakes and gourmet burgers to exciting street food and traditional ices. Each venue boasts a programme of demonstrations and tastings by local and high-profile chefs, including well-known faces from family favourites Masterchef and The Great British Bake Off.

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Wimbledon Park Food Festival, London – 27th-29th August
CBeebies presenter Katy Ashworth will perform her fun-packed live show with songs and stories
Cupcake decorating
Face painting, roaming storyteller, garden games
Paddling pool with jets and fountain and crazy golf available in the park
Free entry for children on Bank Holiday Monday with a Live at Wimbledon Park ticket
Leeds Castle Food Festival, Kent – 9th-11th September
Children’s rides
Face painting, roaming storyteller, garden games
Squire’s Court for under 6s and Knight’s Realm playground for 7+
Maze and grotto
Sandown Park, Surrey – 17th-18th September
Great British Bake Off Winner 2015 Nadiya Hussain will be baking in the Demonstration Theatre
CBeebies presenter Katy Ashworth will perform her fun-packed live show
Woodland Folk craft workshops: create wands & swords and dress up in forest folk costumes
Face painting, roaming storyteller, garden games
Bath Food Festival, Somerset – 24th-25th September
Face painting, roaming storyteller, garden games
Polesden Lacey Food Festival, Surrey – 30th September-2nd October
Children’s rides
Squirrel’s Corner woodland play area
Face painting, roaming storyteller, garden games
Free binocular hire for species spotting in the grounds, garden trails, NT ’50 things to do before 11 ¾’ activities

Full festival information at: www.fantasticbritishfoodfestivals.com. For programme updates, offers and foodie news follow Fantastic British Food Festivals on Twitter @FantasticFdFest

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