Stamford Food and Drink Festival all set for Town Meadows

Posted: 08/06/2016 15:05:40

Stamford Meadows will host a feast of treats when the three day Stamford Food and Drink Festival opens next week.

Traders are bringing foods to satisfy the most continental of palates – from Scandinavian hot-dogs, French cheese, piping hot paella, to Turkish delight and South African curries and Boerewors.

Homegrown delights will also be in attendance, from Lavinton Lamb to Brown’s Gourmet Sausages (vegan and veggie varieties will also be on offer), to FW Read and Sons’ selection of cheeses, Bytham Kitchen’s Homemade Chutneys and Spicy Monk Cider, from Lincolnshire.

Independent traders will also be selling gifts and items for residents to browse as well as a live music stage and children’s entertainment.

Paul Kennedy, Director of Market Square Group, spoke about the event: “We can’t wait to bring the Stamford Food and Drink Festival to Stamford, and in such a wonderful location.

“We will bring a range of foods from around the globe, as well as homegrown and homemade produce. It’s that mix of flavours that we hope will have resident’s mouths watering.

“Head down to the Meadows to relax for a few hours by browsing the stalls, sampling the food and drink and enjoying the live music.”

Local, national and international ales, craft beers, and ciders will be on offer for residents looking to quench their thirst as well as Pimms and Sangria. Marron will also be bringing a selection of wines, cider and liqueurs to drink and buy as gift packages.

Paul added: “We want this to be a great event for the people of Stamford so if any residents or businesses do still want to get involved then please do get in touch as soon as possible.”

A full list of traders can be found at and those interested can email or call 07944 599165 to find out more about booking to trade at the festival.

Market Square Group is also hosting the Stamford Music Festival on the Town Meadows from Friday July 15 to Sunday July 17. Tickets are on sale now from and the Stamford Arts Centre.

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