Fun Festival for Food Lovers this Half Term

For food lovers looking forward to the half term holiday, the ideal event is coming to Brunelís Old Station in Bristol.

Cornwall Food & Drink LIVE is a new festival which aims to bring the best aspects of Cornish cuisine and produce further north. Bristol is the first stop on the tour.

Festival organisers are inviting any food and drink orientated businesses from Cornwall or Scilly to get involved and make the best possible impression in front of a new audience.

Cornwall Live

On the weekend of November 3 and 4 they are invited to the atmospheric event venue which is Brunelís Old Station to sample Cornish delicacies and get involved in Cornish pursuits such as pasty crimping and sea shanty singing!

Ruth Huxley, director of Cornwall Food & Drink said: "We know that people from Bristol and Bath are often frequent visitors to Cornwall. We want to treat them on their home turf to the products they might be missing and, of course, get them thinking about their next trip. At the same time, we know that whole area is a key target for businesses that wish to expand their sales outside of Cornwall, so we hope to forge valuable new trade links that will generate lots of new customers."

Cornwall Food & Drink will be managing the event and recreating the friendly and fun ambience of contemporary Cornwall. Brunelís Old Station is a massive venue which can accommodate up to 900 guests, giving plenty of room for all the attendees as well as numerous providers, tourism-related enterprises and organisations.

Anyone interested in booking a space, hosting a demonstration or setting up an interactive event should get in touch with Cornwall Food & Drink as soon as possible Ė space is still available but you need to get booking fast.

For further information visit www.cornwallfoodanddrink.co.uk/live

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