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Clare Food & Drink Festival

Event Date(s)

01/09/2018 - 02/09/2018 - 2 day(s)

Information For Trader/Participants

A first for us in the beautiful Clare Country Park.

The venue is within easy walking distance from Clare offering a unique location next to the River Stour.

Our blend of family friendly food focused fun will find an eager audience within the community and the visitors who have come to spend their day in the park.

Information For Visitors

Our food festivals are designed to promote the cultural identity of the local area against a regional, national and international backdrop, showcasing food and drink products and associated attractions to create a quality community event and provide visitors with an entertaining and memorable experience.

Children's rides, a programme of live music and craft beer bar all adds up to a tasty offer.

Please see our Event Visitors tab for a list of stalls that will be attending

Interesting Facts About The Venue

Clare Castle is a medieval castle in the small town of Clare in Suffolk. Built shortly after the Norman conquest of England by Richard Fitz Gilbert, the motte and bailey castle was later improved in stone. In the 14th century the castle was the home of Elizabeth de Clare, one of the richest women in England, who maintained a substantial household there. The castle passed into the hands of the Crown, and by the 16th century was in ruins. Damaged by the construction of the Great Eastern Railway through the castle in 1867, the remains of the castle are now part of a local park and a scheduled monument and a grade 2 listed building.

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