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Food Celebration

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.

Aberdeen Oktoberfest

If you’re visiting with a group of friends, make sure you get the best seats in the house by booking yourself an all-inclusive package.

05
Oct

Tenbury Apple Festival

Ever wondered what apple heaven looked like? Well, thanks to Tenbury Applefest, you'll know!...

07
Oct

Framlingham SausageFest

Because everyone loves a good sausage.

08
Oct

Falmouth Oyster Festival

There are chefs, shells and shenanigans every year in this Falmouth event, and 2017 is no exception.

12
Oct

Swadlincote Festival of International Food, Drink & Crafts

Waddle over to Swadlincote for a weekend of scrumptious specialities and worldly treasures.

13
Oct

Irish Vegan Festival

Get to Belfast, fast

14
Oct

UK RumFest 2016

Experience the best of the Caribbean spirit in London this October – this festival will give you a rum for your money.

14
Oct

National Apple Festival

More fruit than you can toot a horn at.

14
Oct

Alresford Apple Festival

If you know your Pink Lady from your Granny Smith, get yourself down to the Alresford Apple Festival, or should I say Gala?

15
Oct

Birmingham Oktoberfest

This year the Oktoberfest will welcome you with a floored tent!

18
Oct
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