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Bearwood Crafty Pantry Food Festival: Sat 17th Sept (Bearwood Road and Bearwood Baptist Church Hall)
Two groups from Bearwood have joined forces to put on the Crafty Pantry Food Festival.
Local food producers, cake makers, bakers and chefs will set up stalls in and around the Bearwood Baptist Church on Bearwood Road.
The Food Festival will be celebrating Bearwood’s diverse community and championing great quality food in all price ranges.
With a variety of stalls offering cuisine from the Caribbean, Africa and the Mediterranean amongst homegrown local producers.
This time however, the annual Food Festival will have a crafty twist with craft stalls and children's workshops set up alongside the tasty treats.
Craft stalls will join the many food vendors, making it a truly fantastic day out. It’s a Crafty Pantry Food Festival where you can eat to your heart’s content, shop for lovely handmade wares and enjoy some of the other entertainment that we hope to line up for the day.
For times, prices and more information: http://www.bearwoodpantry.com
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