Festival Of Food and Drink

17th & 18th September 2022

Visit us as the Clumber Park, Festival of Food & Drink,  and discover a range of replica Ice Age artefacts, including flint tools, mammoth teeth, antler harpoons, and animal bones. 
Become an archaeologist and find hidden artefacts and learn how they would have been made and used thousands of years ago, then recreate your own Ice Age art by engraving “bones”, drawing with charcoal and make clay figurines.

The festival offers a range of fabulous artisan food producers, award winning food and drink, special guest TV chefs, gorgeous gifts, crafts and homewares, delicious dishes with cuisine from around the world served by fantastic Street Food ‘Pop Up’ cafés and bars!

Held in Nottinghamshire, The Festival of Food & Drink attracts some of the UK’s best exhibitors offering mouth-watering fayre. With a passion for fantastic food and drink, let us take you on a journey to discover new and Artisan producers at the biggest food and drink show in the East Midlands.

One of the best of the UK’s food festivals, not only is there a superb range of exhibitors and shopping, but also a Cookery Theatre to watch famous guest Chefs, including some of your TV favourites from Masterchef, Great British Bake Off and other favourite cooking programmes.

There is also the chance for you to expand your own culinary skills by taking part in one of the many workshops – with sessions available for children in our Cookery School.

Come along and enjoy, a feast will be waiting for you, where you can meet the producers, try some of the delicious wares, enjoy our special guests, listen to fantastic live music and soak up the Food Festival atmosphere…

 

Discover a range of replica Ice Age artefacts, including flint tools, mammoth teeth, antler harpoons, and animal bones. 
Become an archaeologist for the day and find hidden artefacts and learn how they would have been made and used thousands of years ago. 
Recreate your own Ice Age art by engraving “bones”, drawing with charcoal and make clay figurines.

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Creswell Crags Museum & Heritage Centre
Crags Road, Welbeck, Worksop,
Nottinghamshire, UK S80 3LH

01909 720378

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