Venue The Shops at Dartington
Event hosted by The Shops at Dartington
When: Sunday 27-Monday 28 May 2018
Free entry with £3 parking charge for the whole day.
About this event
Join us again for another fabulous Bank Holiday weekend filled with foodie fun for all the family!
Working alongside Food and Drink Devon, this events celebrates the very best of Devon’s thriving food and drink community, with an emphasis on local, sustainable produce.
Enjoy exciting cooking demonstrations, tantalising tastings, street food, a variety of stalls by local producers and of course, plenty of local food and drink! Soak up the Bank Holiday atmosphere and celebrate the fabulous food that Devon has to offer!
With plenty of activities for both adults and children, including magic shows, face painting, pot-throwing, story-telling, craft activities and live animals to meet, there really is something for everyone!
On the menu at Food Fair 2018
Located in the demonstration area of the Food Pavilion
For information about getting to Dartington, click here. Parking charges will be £3 for the whole day and clear signage will be in place for Food Fair parking.
All proceeds generated by the event go towards supporting The Dartington Hall Trust (a registered charity).
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The Dartington Experiment began over 90 years ago when our founders, Dorothy and Leonard Elmhirst, set out to build a community inspired by the idea of a ‘many-sided life’.
Today, we believe that their vision is more relevant today than ever before. We aim to be a place where people can realise their individual and collective potential, and are given a chance to connect with themselves, each other, and the environment.
Across the estate, a programme of events and visitor attractions operate year-round; artists, makers, farmers, educators, craftspeople and entrepreneurs live and work; and the community continues to ‘learn by doing’, finding inspiration in the Elmhirst’s progressive ideas and experimental approach.Find out more