EAT Food Festival

The award-winning food and drink EAT festivals known for their local produce in the South West is returning to Clevedon!

Clevedon BID has teamed up with Eat Festivals for a fourth time to bring a fiesta of food and fun in support of small businesses.

On 21st May , eat:Clevedon will take over Alexandra Road and Queens Square to connect all areas of Clevedon together, in support of all the businesses and local suppliers who have kept our cupboards filled and the sense of community full of good spirits during the last year. The Clevedon BID have been working closely with the Eat Team to create this celebration, Chair Tom Vaughan  said, “We have been looking forward to bringing the Eat Festival to Clevedon again, we at the BID are so pleased we can  bring another open air event to the town that supports our local businesses and invites locals to enjoy something special.”

Approx 90 food and drink producers are expected to take part in the celebration of locally and regionally resourced products; and local small businesses will be open too for you to browse, purchase and enjoy. Beverley said: “We are really grateful for the support of Clevedon BID and Thatchers Cider with this  event in Clevedon. “The town is perfect to showcase micro and small producers from across the region  “We are using Alexandra Road and Queens Square for the market – encouraging residents to wander between the two areas and explore the town. The market will be held in the open air and is designed to be well-spaced out in both areas, with some socially distanced entertainment.

To make it easy to travel around Clevedon, the Clevedon BID have organised vintage busses to take passengers to and from each market site, as well as around the town to ensure locals can enjoy all the flavours that Eat:Clevedon has to offer. View Timetable 

This project is funded utilising a grant from the ‘Welcome Back Fund’

The award-winning food and drink festivals known for their local produce in the South West is coming to Clevedon! We have teamed up with Eat Festivals to bring a fiesta of food in support of small businesses.
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