Bridgwater Food Festival hailed success despite weather

Written by on July 25, 2021

FOODIES didn’t let the weather stop them from coming out in force at Bridgwater Food and Drink Festival today.

There were more than 60 food, drink and craft stalls, around several town centre locations, selling produce including street food, spirits and liqueurs, organic fruit and veg, breads and cakes, jams and preserves and scented candles.

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The annual event couldn’t take place last year due to the pandemic so it’s been two years since visitors got to experience the culinary delights the free-to-attend festival has to offer.

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A spokesperson for the festival said: “What a amazing day for the Bridgwater Food and Drink Festival and the town.

“Just 24 hours before, it came within minutes of cancelling, but making the decision to run the festival.

“Stallholders where found throughout the town centre, angel place shopping centre and St Mary’s Church.

“With an amazing mixture of stallholders with wine, chocolate cheese and craft among them.

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“A great performance from the rock choir and the amazing Paul wheeler with punch and Judy was definitely the way to do it,” they added.

Festival organisers thanked a number of venues and organisations for their help over the last two years in bringing the event together.

These include, Bridgwater Town Team, Bridgwater Guy Fawkes Carnival, Bridgwater Town Council, St Mary’s Church, Angel Place Shopping Centre, Buses of Somerset and Sedgemoor FM, along with the many local businesses who have helped make the event a success.

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