Despite the wind being pretty blowy, the sun was shining and the Bridgwater Food and Drink Festival started the day successfully.

Angel Place and the Town Hall was buzzing with various stallholders and in the Town Hall you could sample some really nice food and drink.

Just some of the stallholders we met today:

Bumblees – Artisan Preserves
Quantock Steamers
Hereby4 – Apple Juice
Wallace’s Farm
Grown Up Marshmallows
Ginger Beard’s Preserves
Riverford Organic Farmers
Perold Wine Cellar
Whitelake Cheeses
Pretty Little Pastries
Local Connections Arts & Crafts
SJ Jewellery
Dragon Rehoming Centre

You can also find Sedgemoor Apple in Angel Place, so don’t forget to pick up your FREE copy as you pass by. While this isn’t our magazine, it is good to see more coming out in the town.

A big shout out to the white rabbit and Mad Hatter who did a great job wandering around the town and staying in character all day.

Here is a slideshow from the Bridgwater Food and Drink Festival 2019

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2 COMMENTS

  1. What a lovely gesture of you to mention Sedgemoor Apple, That takes you to the top of the list as far as I am concerned. Well done Silv & Jon. 🙂

    • Thank you Brian, we see it as what is good for Bridgwater, when we saw that Apple Magazine was coming out, we realised there was no point in us going along that route so, decided to stay online but being more interactive and have more video.

      We are happy to share Sedgemoor Apple where we can.

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