Exeter Food & Drink Festival 2020
With the current levels of uncertainty, arising from the Covid-19 Pandemic, the Board has reluctantly decided to postpone the May 2021 planned Festival. The situation will be keep under constant review. Over the last 16 years the Festival has established itself as a vital part of life in Exeter and the South West celebrating our rich food culture while bringing together local producers, the region’s best chefs and of course you, the food loving public. We look forward to seeing everyone again in the near future. Thank you for all your support.
Foodie fun for the whole family
The Exeter Festival of South West Food & Drink is the perfect recipe of exhibitors, activities, music and cookery demos. Celebrating the South West's rich food culture, Festival goers can look forward to our three main themes: Fish Friday, Meat Up Saturday and Live Better Sunday - something for everyone and every age with a little dusting of Devon magic.
A celebration of the South West
What better way to celebrate all the fabulous local produce the South West has to offer than with some great British grub, surrounded by friends and family? With Michael Caines at the helm and some of the region’s best chefs making an appearance, the Exeter Food & Drink Festival brings together foodie-loving folk from all over the country.
3 Fabulous Foodie Days! A feast of top-notch South West food, drink, live music and family entertainment will be on offer once again.Visitor Information
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Welcome to our 17th Exeter Festival of South West Food & Drink!
Over the past 16 years the Festival has established itself as a vital part of life in Exeter and the South West, celebrating our rich food culture while bringing together local producers, the region’s best chefs, and of course you, the food-loving public. Without your ongoing support, your enthusiasm, your interest in real food and the people who create it, our Festival simply could not exist. So a huge thank you from all of us.
In this difficult economic period, we are delighted that the Festival goes from strength to strength. Since we launched in 2004, there has been a sea of change in local and national awareness of the importance of food in our daily lives. Food miles, sustainability, traceability, provenance, biodiversity and the importance of shopping local are all now firmly on the mainstream agenda for all those who care about good, healthy and delicious food as well as the value of maintaining traditional lifestyles and communities.
Michael Caines MBE
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