A Taste of Rushcliffe celebrates the unique flavour of Rushcliffe this summer as West Bridgford hosts the third annual food and drink festival on Friday 1 and Saturday 2 July. Come and see the fabulous growers, makers, cooks and businesses from across the Borough.
Friday Night Fiesta
Friday 1 July 5pm – 10pm
The Croquet Lawn, Central Avenue, West Bridgford
From 5pm til 10pm on the croquet lawn the food festival will be launched with the Friday Night Fiesta – this year with a Brazilian theme to celebrate the forthcoming Rio 2016 Olympics. There will be specially selected street food stalls offering paella and Greek mezze plus a licensed bar.
For the kids there’ll be free face painting plus lots of fun craft activities including making carnival masks and head dresses. There will also be a family samba dance workshop 6pm – 6.30pm and a mini disco at 7.30pm with games and prizes. Bring your picnics and join everyone for some Al Fresco fun. Rain coats and umbrellas are optional!
The Friday Night Fiesta is the official opening event for the Taste of Rushcliffe Food Festival which takes place on Central Avenue the following day.
Food Festival and Market
Saturday 2 July 10am – 5pm
Central Avenue, West Bridgford
- All Day – West Bridgford & Rushcliffe Horticultural Society – Help and advice including how to ‘grown your own’
- 11.30am – Eglantine Vineyard – What to look for when tasting wine and an Introduction to the pleasures of drinking wine
- 12.30pm – Susan Hart, Nutrition Coach – Susan will be sharing her tips and advice on healthy eating and showing visitors her healthy houmous
- 1pm – Pete Hewitt, Nottingham-based finalist in BBC’s Masterchef 2015 will be sharing some Japanese home cooking skills, techniques and ideas
- 1.30pm – 200 Degrees Coffee – Tips on brewing the perfect cup
- 2.30pm Susan Hart, Nutrition Coach – Another session on healthy eating for those who missed it.
Healthy eating workshops
Children’s cookery school
There will also be the Children’s Cookery School and Food Science Lab. This popular attraction offers children the chance to really get excited about food and cooking. Children of all ages have the opportunity to experiment, play and learn. They can discover where their food comes from and how to combine basic ingredients to create delicious dishes.
Children have an amazing time creating recipes from scratch and can take their creations home to share with their family. Aprons and chef’s hats are all provided and after they have washed their hands, the fun begins.
Confirmed traders for the market are:
200 degrees coffee
Porco (porchetta and pulled pork)…
Ghar Ka Khana
Chinampas (Mexican inspired fruit drinks)
Bouverie Lodge Bison
Harkers Farm Shop
The Double Decker Bus Bar
Fudge Glorious Fudge
Little Friends’ Honey
The Marquee Company
Want to know more? Call Rushcliffe Borough Council on 0115 914 8517.
Watch the Council’s Taste of Rushcliffe promo video: