Exciting food festival coming to Lullingstone Castle

PUBLISHED: 15:45 25 April 2019

The Food Fest at Lullingstone Castle (photo: Alan Graham)

The Food Fest at Lullingstone Castle (photo: Alan Graham)

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Visit the grounds of the historical Kentish manor house this summer for The Food Fest, a two day festival of food, music and fun

The Food Fest 2019 - Saturday 1st (11am - 9pm) and Sunday 2nd June (11am - 6pm)

Enjoy the tastes of Kent at The Food Fest 2019, bringing foodies together and showcasing some of the best that Kent has to offer. Visitors to The Food Fest will be able to enjoy award winning fine wines, ciders, craft beers, vintage food trucks, stalls and excellent food and produce from the farmers market. The festival is brought to you by local Kent residents, Jay Scott, Clairey Hearnden and The Food Fest team.

Lullingstone Castle (photo: Alan Graham)Lullingstone Castle (photo: Alan Graham)

In addition to incredible food, the music line up is going to be off the charts, along with the 'Little Dudes Corner' which will include a little chefs interactive cooking, vintage steam funfair, street art, face painting, festival disco dome, arts and crafts and lots more fun for the children. This is sure to be a memorable summer event at Lullingstone Castle for all the family to enjoy.

For more details and to book, visit www.thefoodfest.com

The Food Fest, Lullingstone CastleThe Food Fest, Lullingstone Castle

Tickets £15 each (for adults and children ages five-15). Family tickets £45 (two adults and two children). Children under five go for free

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