Some fantastic feedback from the 2018 Festival:

“We just wanted to say a big thank you for allowing us to trader at your festival last weekend. We really enjoyed the experience and we are very grateful for your support in our last minute entry. We hope that you enjoyed as well and have had the chance to rest a little bit. 

Congratulations on a successful event and I hope we get to work together again in the future.“


“We could not let today pass without contacting you to thank you and your colleagues for a fantastic weekend.

We had our best ever Witney Food and Drink Festival. The organisation and friendliness of your colleagues was as usual exceptional and we would ask that you pass on our thanks to all concerned.

Thank you once again and perhaps when you have a moment you could let us know the date for the 2019 event.”


“Thanks to everyone involved in organising the event. Look forward to seeing you next year, all being well.”


“Hi Guys, thanks so much for organising a great show. Very successful from our point, wish we’d brought more but can’t be greedy. The number of times we’ve had to take food home we are very happy to have sold out.

Hope everyone had a great day.”
“Thank you so much for such a wonderfully well organised day which I absolutely loved.  It was quite a tall order going head to head with a Royal Wedding and FA Cup Final but the amount of people that poured through the doors is testament to your hard work.  It was our first year at your food festival (hopefully not the last) and we enjoyed it hugely.  Great customers, brilliant organisation and just a fun day – thank you so much and if you’ll have us we’d love to come back in 2019.”

6th Witney Festival of Food and Drink

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“Witney Festival of Food and Drink has gone from strength to strength. It proved so popular – and grew so rapidly – that within two years of the first festival every available inch of St Mary’s and the surrounding area was filled. So, being the foodie’s West Oxfordshire Glastonbury, the onus is now on us to ensure that we focus each festival on exciting new culinary innovations in the area, as well as celebrating the continued success of our many old friends. ”

Festival Patron, Alexander Armstrong