The Broadstairs Food Festival will have more than 100 stalls offering regional produce.
The annual event, which runs from today (Friday, September 29) to (Sunday, October 1) at Victoria Gardens and seafront promenade, will also have chef demonstrations, vintage tea parlour, ciders and beers and children’s activities.
The 3-day event celebrates the very best food, drink and culinary skills in and around Kent.
Some 50,000 people are expected to flock to the town to see Kent producers showcasing their produce and take part in a packed programme of events.
Chefs from Taste of Game and isle businesses will also demonstrate their skills.
Produce on offer will include raw milk, organic vegetables, sourdough bread, Kent cheeses, pickles and preserves alongside award winning beers, ciders, spirits, and delicious freshly cooked street-food.
Since the festival began in 2009, the organisers have aimed for it to celebrate and promote the amazing variety, quality and abundance of food and drink produced in Kent and to encourage people to buy local produce in the shops, farm shops and other farmers markets.
The festival also offers the opportunity to meet the producers of that wonderful cheese – or the baker of your speciality bread and pastries.
Entry to the festival is free and people are asked to try and pop a pound in one of the many collection pots to help fund this and future events.
Friday 29th September: 10am-6pm
Saturday 30th September: 10am-6pm
Sunday 1st October: 10am-5pm
Be on the team
Broadstairs Food Festival are inviting residents to become part of the volunteer team at the Festival.
Email: Volunteers@broadstairsfoodfestival.org.uk for more details.