Gourmet Garden Market rescheduled for July

PUBLISHED: 12:00 10 April 2020

Laura Mead is organising the new Sidmouth food and craft festival in Blackmore Gardens Ref shs 09 20TI 8943 Picture: Terry Ife

Laura Mead is organising the new Sidmouth food and craft festival in Blackmore Gardens Ref shs 09 20TI 8943 Picture: Terry Ife

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Sidmouth’s Gourmet Garden Market which promised gin, jams, cheese, chutneys and much more has been rearranged.

The event was due to held at Blackmore Gardens on Easter Saturday, April 11.

Organiser Laura Mead, who has previously organised the Sidmouth Food and Craft Festival at Kennaway House, has rearranged the event, now under the new name Gourmet Garden Market, to take place on July 18.

There will be 40 stalls showcasing the finest food and drink from the region’s best artisan craftspeople as well as a licensed bar and a live jazz band.

The market will offer a range of goods including skincare products, locally-cured meats, ice-cream as well as a host of street food including gourmet burgers and vegan, dairy-free and Gluten-free options.

Laura said: “We had/have so many truly local businesses trading and these people will all be counting on your support once we are all allowed out again so please put the July 18 in your diaries and come and support us all after such a difficult time. “


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