Big Slow Brunch and a juggling chef among three days of events at Aylsham Food Festival
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Foodies venturing to Aylsham will be in heaven over the weekend as the town's Slow Food group hosts its annual festival.
Gourmet delights start on Friday morning, September 30, with a range of tasters available at the regular Friday Country Market, from 8.30am-noon in the town hall.
That will be followed by a Harvest Lunch in the parish church and in the evening 100 Aylsham High School catering students will cook and serve a five-course festival dinner to 120 guests.
Saturday's events start with Aylsham's monthly Farmers' Market, including guest stalls, in the Market Place, from 8.30am-2pm.
In the town hall from 10am local chefs and butchers will stage free cookery and butchery demonstrations. Outside meanwhile, Juggling Chef Gordon Blur will entertain visitors.
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A wine tasting event at Aylsham Heritage Centre in the evening will close the day.
And the festival will end with a relaxed family Big Slow Brunch on Sunday in the town hall from 10.30am-1pm. Croissants, preserves, bread, fruit juice, muesli and the 'Full English' will be on a menu cooked and served by members of Slow Food Aylsham. Tickets are £7. Ring 07519 361812 to book.
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The festival is supported by Woodforde's Brewery and Broadland District Council.
Stuart Clancy, Broadland's portfolio holder for economic development, said: 'We are pleased to be able to support the Festival through a Community Activities Grant. Our ambition for economic success includes creating vibrant, engaged communities in Broadland.'