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Vale First Food Festival

by Chris Wilson on March 11, 2016

Vale First Food Festival 2016On Saturday 25th June, this year see’s the exciting collaboration between Evesham Carnival and Vale First Food Festival, bringing locally produced foods with the flavours and spirit of Brazil as ‘Rio comes to Evesham’. All the fun commences at 11am, when the Food Festival opens and the carnival floats are assembled on Crown Meadow before they head off on their route around the town. The event will also have family entertainment, a funfair and craft stalls, with live music into the evening and hot food stalls open until 11pm.

Trader enquiries, please contact Lisa Whelan at
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