Following the success of the last four years (2016 to 2019), the 2021 Didcot Food Festival is now going ahead, subject to COVID-19 policies – at the Didcot Civic Hall.
Organised by Great British Bake Off quarter-finalist Christine Wallace, this popular Autumn event grows year on year and features over 50 exhibitors of fine food and drink, street food and skills demos.
A fantastic lineup of chefs from the Great British Bake Off, MasterChef and local hotels and restaurants will be appearing in the great demonstration theatre.
This year, the food festival will be opened by the fabulous Antony Worral Thompson, who will be available for a short time for a few Q&A’s after the opening ceremony.
Chefs Theatre Appearances for 2021 will include Sandy Docherty, Chris Wallace and Sam Rudd from Great British Bake Off, Nick Galer of The Miller of Mansfield, Juanita Hennessey from MasterChef, Kelly Mauger from Bake Off The Professionals, Kuba Winkowski – 2019 Chef of the Year and Fin Woodward the 2019 Junior Bake Off Winner.
Due to popular demand and the possibility that there may be restrictions on numbers due to COVID-19, ensure you get your tickets early for this foodilicious event.
If you love food, and who doesn’t, this is not an event to be missed.
The main hall and foyer will host 45 food and drink producers. The small hall (Northbourne Room) will be the Kidz Zone making pizzas, Space Store, The Refill Centre, and Play2Give with their food tombola. Out on the lawn will be Fallow and Fields with burgers and sausages, all things chicken and fries, doughnuts, waffles and churros, the Fizz Bar, and ice cream. There will be a vintage cafe for Afternoon Tea and light snacks. The Chefs Theatre will be in the Ladygrove Room with lots more space and four great chefs each day, including a Junior Bake-off C