If the pandemic has taught us anything, it’s that food and community matters. So we wanted to take the opportunity to give you a very special Sunday lunch feast at this year’s festival.
Cooked-up by local chefs, this feast will showcase the very best of produce from around the Chew Valley. Did you know that our local area produces some of the finest raw ingredients of anywhere in the UK?
Expect a delicious, seasonal Sunday-lunch feast; showcasing the best local and organic producers. We’re going to be meticulous on the detail, and see if we can source every ingredient used from within the local area and we’ll explore how easy it is to eat the change our food systems need. Not only that, courtesy of Bloody Drinks, you’ll be given a Bloody Mary to make Sunday a bit bloody better!
The vegan main will be Sharpham Park spelt, nut and apple roast with community farm vegetables.
There will be two sittings, one at 12:00-13:30, and the other at 14:30-16:00.
Please note you’ll need a festival ticket to join the feasts.
You can book the table as part of the ticket buying process. Or if you have already got your festival weekend ticket, you can book here.
Tables can be booked for two, four or six people. If you book for 4 you might be paired up with another group to form a 6. If you book a table of 2 you will definitely be paired up with another group to form a 6.
If you want to book for an odd number of people – ie a 3 or a 7, please book either a 2 or a 6 table and let us know that you need an extra place via email – firstname.lastname@example.org. You can secure that additional place by paying for it at the INFO Point on site, so please head there when you arrive.
Artists playing during the 12pm feast include Elles Bailey and Junior Jungle. And during the 2:30pm feast – Lady Nade and the beginning of Flash – A Tribute To Queen.