A range of local food, various Burleigh gins and demonstrations are just some of things on offer at Doddington Hall’s first ever free Food Feastival in May.
The event will take place at the venue’s Elizabethan Coach House on Bank Holiday Monday, May 7 between 10am and 4pm.
Admission to the festival and parking at the venue in Doddington on the outskirts of Lincoln is free.
What’s on offer:
- Over 20 stalls of locally produced food and drink
- A programme of food demonstrations, classes and talks
- Doddington’s own Hambleton Farms Butchery will be sharing barbecue tips and doing a cooking demonstration
- The Farm Shop’s fruit and vegetable specialist Emily Warrior will be discussing vegan food and giving her advice on vegan cooking
- A chance to sample the Burleigh range of gins after the success of Doddington’s recent Gin masterclass
Visitors will be able to stock up on a range of fresh produce from cheese, pies and snacks to cakes, pastries and biscuits, as well as various artisan breads and extensive list of chutneys, jams, sauces and sweet treats and chocolates.
The cafe will also be open and normal admissions costs will apply for anyone wishing to explore the house and gardens – click here for more information and prices.
Farm Shop Manager Sarah Hall said: “We are very passionate about providing food that has little or no food miles and we will be championing local food suppliers that produce high quality food and drink using only the best ingredients.”