Photos: Broadstairs Food Festival draws in the crowds

Food on offer Photo Louis McLaren

Thousands of people have visited this year’s Broadstairs Food Festival at Victoria Gardens.

The free-to-enter event has more than 100 stalls of local and regional  produce, many of them Taste of Kent award winners.

Photo Wilfred Jenkins

Kingcott Dairy is back, with Kentish Blue, voted Cheese of the Year, joined on the gold platform by Thanet chocolatier, Nik Robinson of The Chocolate Pig and Funky Feast, with their tapas-based street food and Chloe’s Fudgey Fancies.

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There are offerings from giant cookies to cakes and bread and a choice of street food stalls.

The festival continues today (October 1) from 10am to 5pm.


1 Comment

  1. Great.Hope you all had a good time.Now TDC spare a thought for all us locals.Unable to park and litter everywhere and overfilled bins.I
    picked up around 20 serviettes this weekend along with additional fag butts, vap wrappings,wasted food,pint glasses,beer cans, platic food containers and plastic knives and forks etc.Yes I’m sure you’ll be down by the front clearing up but many of us live in side streets.So as I haven’t seen a sweep in all the years I have lived here,it’s down to people like me to clear up your invited mess.At least this event I didn’t have to pick up a used nappy.

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