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Food celebrations are events organised to celebrate particular local produce. Such examples include the Whitstable Oyster Festival, which Prince Charles attended in 2013, and the Alresford Watercress Festival in Hampshire, where eating as much watercress as possible was a central attraction.

Food celebrations can also be nationwide events, such as the British Food Fortnight and Farmhouse Breakfast Week.

Please note, only festivals from today's date are shown below.

Rye Bay Scallop Week

If it’s scallops you seek, you can eat them all week! Every meal of the day, for this feast at Rye Bay.

24
Feb

A Sardinian Feast in East London

Mora Restaurant in Leytonstone is hosting an authentic Sardinian-style feast on 1st March 2018.

01
Mar

World Pasty Championships

Butcher, baker, Cornish pasty maker.

03
Mar

Bowhouse Food Weekend Fife

Back by popular demand, Fife’s Bowhouse Food Weekend is waiting to take you by the hand and show you all the very best of Fife produce

10
Mar

British Dal Festival

The British Dal Festival will celebrate the magic of dal and similar pulse dishes from around the world and will run in Bristol from 19th to 25th March 2018.

19
Mar

VegFest UK Brighton

You won’t meet any meat at VegFest, one of the UK and Europe’s biggest celebrations of all things veggie.

24
Mar

Live A Better Life Vegan Fair – Liverpool

Are you an edgy veggie? A discernible herbivore? Or even vegan? The maybe LABL Liverpool is the festival for you.

24
Mar

Great Missenden Food Festival

There's only one thing missing from this festival - you!...

30
Mar
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