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19th May 2018 - ST MARY’S CHURCH, CHURCH GREEN, WITNEY OX28 4AW

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Foodopia

Foodopia

logoCome join us for delicious homemade greek souvlaki cooked on a charcoal BBQ! All our products and carefully selected, locally purchased and made with love.

 

The Cake Element Bakery

The Cake Element Bakery

We are The Cake Element Bakery in Bampton, a little cake shop/cafe on the High street and, for the Witney Food Festival, we are focusing on Pasteis de Nata (Portuguese custard tarts) and Brazilian donuts.

Our range of products include cakes, cupcakes, scones and so much more.  All products are home made and we use local suppliers including Mayfield eggs and Matthews flour.

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Moore and Lyon

Moore and Lyon

As well as their home reared meats, Moore and Lyon will also have their eggs on this year’s stall.

 

Hitchcox Cider

Hitchcox Cider

untitledHere at Orchard Cottage Cider Company we make Hitchcox Cider in a very traditional way. We have a 1971 cloth press to extract the apple juice in our old barn on our Oxfordshire farm.

One of our main beliefs for making cider is that we never add anything artificial for flavour or taste. For sweetening we only use cane sugar, which we know makes a huge difference to the taste of our unique ciders. We make a wide range of ciders from traditional ones, using only cider apples, to some that have a blend of eating and cooking apples as well as others with fruit added, such as plums, blackcurrants, blackberries, elderberries and damsons. These fruit ciders have real fruit added to our fully fermented cider to give it that natural fruit flavour to compliment the taste of cider. Our ciders contain sulphites.

All our ciders are available as lightly sparkling or still in 10 or 20 litre bag in box and 500ml glass bottles.

www.orchardcottagecider.com

Nettlebed Creamery

Nettlebed Creamery

Nettlebed Creamery makes two unpasteurised cheeses using certified organic milk from Merrimoles Farm. The farm has been organic since 2001 and its healthy, robust herd comprises a three-way cross of Montbéliarde, Swedish Red and Holstein Friesian. The cows graze on grass and clover leys with additional herbs such as chicory, plantain and yarrow. The quality of the milk and the terroir of the farm is expressed wonderfully in the cheeses.

www.nettlebedcreamery.com