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Aug
9
Sun
2020
Hungerford Food & Artisan Market @ Croft Field
Aug 9 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Hungerford Food & Artisan Market @ Croft Field | England | United Kingdom

Don’t miss the Hungerford Food and Artisan Markets 10am to 1pm on Sunday 9th August and Sunday 6th September. Free entry!

The event will take place on the Croft Field, RG17 0HY behind Hungerford Nursery and customers will be able to buy a range of speciality food items from local suppliers.

Stalls confirmed so far include: local meat, rapeseed oil, honey, liqueurs, pies, apple juice, scones, preserves, bread, cakes, plants and wooden chopping boards.

Committee chairwoman Penny Locke said: “We’re still keeping an eye on government guidelines that will dictate whether this year’s Hungerford Food Festival can go ahead in October. In the meantime, we wanted to be able to hold an event to support suppliers and to enable people to get high-quality food.

“This will be an outdoor event with marshals and social distancing measures in place to ensure the safety of vendors and customers. There will also be hand-sanitiser available at the entry points.”

Aug
29
Sat
2020
The Naked Grape Wine Event – A celebration of rose @ High Street, Hungerford
Aug 29 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
The Naked Grape Wine Event - A celebration of rose @ High Street, Hungerford | England | United Kingdom

We import exclusive wines from Provence and also list beautiful pale rose from across the world.

Delicacy and flavour are key words here.

Sep
6
Sun
2020
Hungerford Food & Artisan Market @ Croft Field
Sep 6 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Hungerford Food & Artisan Market @ Croft Field | England | United Kingdom

Don’t miss the Hungerford Food and Artisan Markets 10am to 1pm on Sunday 9th August and Sunday 6th September. Free entry!

The event will take place on the Croft Field, RG17 0HY behind Hungerford Nursery and customers will be able to buy a range of speciality food items from local suppliers.

Stalls confirmed so far include: local meat, rapeseed oil, honey, liqueurs, pies, apple juice, scones, preserves, bread, cakes, plants and wooden chopping boards.

Committee chairwoman Penny Locke said: “We’re still keeping an eye on government guidelines that will dictate whether this year’s Hungerford Food Festival can go ahead in October. In the meantime, we wanted to be able to hold an event to support suppliers and to enable people to get high-quality food.

“This will be an outdoor event with marshals and social distancing measures in place to ensure the safety of vendors and customers. There will also be hand-sanitiser available at the entry points.”

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