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Thousands expected to flock to Warwick Food Festival

Thousands expected to flock to Warwick Food Festival

Around 10,000 visitors will be flocking to Warwick this weekend for the town's popular food festival which is now in its fifth year.

Taking place on Sunday May 26 between 10am and 6pm, the festival sponsored by Windmill Hill Brewing Co & The Jade Studio will feature 100 amazing food & drink stalls, live entertainment, sugar craft workshops, and much more.

Food stalls range from hog roasts to vegan cakes and there will also be an opportunity to sample a variety of gins, vodka and fizz. Local business involved include Dough & Brew, Beki's Brownies, Totally Thai, Norma Jean Bakery, Warwick Real Ale, The Olive Stall and many more.

Entertainment throughout the day will be provided by Fresh Coventry & Warwickshire who have an incredible line up, with performances from Matilda Pratt, The Big Ginge Blues Bands & Matty Coles, just to name a few.

Jamie Walker of CJ's Events Warwickshire said: We are so excited for this Sunday's festival. The event has become a very popular attraction for the town center and we're both pleased and overwhelmed with its success over the years. We've made some changes for this year and have Fresh Coventry & Warwickshire on a new stage along with additional seating for our visitors.

He added: 'We hope visitors will enjoys this year's line up of food, drink & entertainment. There is something for everyone.'

Additional official parking is also available this year at St. Marys land at Warwick Racecourse which is £2 all day, in addition to free parking in Cape Road Car Park.

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