The final day of the Exeter Food Festival saw thousands of foodies take over Northernhay Gardens and the Exeter Castle in glorious sunshine on Bank Holiday Monday.
For the 15th year running, the Exeter Food Festival delivered a day of foodie festivities with food and drink sampling, bars, hands-on workshops, live music and dishes from some of the region’s culinary elite. Visitors to the Dart’s Farm Teepees enjoyed a wild food demo with James Chubb from Seaton Wetlands and Otter Brewery while others improvised brownie making with Oliver Coysh from The Exploding Bakery in the Westcountry Bakery.
The Exeter Beats music festival entertained audiences throughout the day with bands playing live sets in beautiful weather before headline acts entertained crowds into the evening.
Festival co-founder Michael Caines MBE, said, “This year’s Festival and our new Exeter Beats music festival have been fantastic – bringing together regional producers and chefs and live music for a real celebration of the South West and all it has to offer. Visitors have sampled and purchased products, watched chef demonstrations, got involved with hands-on activities and enjoyed live music throughout the weekend. We would like to thank all visitors and sponsors who make the Exeter Food Festival possible each year.”