You are invited to the Ledbury Celebration of Food, Drink, Poetry and Music on Sunday in Bye Street Car Park and Orme and Slade Car Park, Ledbury. Over 30 local food and drink producers will be selling their wares and there will be a full programme of live music and poetry throughout the day. You will be able to buy food and drink, including local beer, ciders, wines and fruit juices, to eat and drink while enjoying the performances, and there will be plenty to choose from to take home to enjoy later. A full list is here.
Alongside the food, drink, poetry and music, the day is also being visited by two exciting attractions.
The Fetch is a touring theatre company producing a highly visual style of theatre incorporating puppetry and mask work. The Fetch dispels the myth that ‘puppetry is for kids’, producing work that engages with audiences of all ages.
CowGirl Parlour is a sound installation inside a caravan with live outdoor performances and a pop up ice cream parlour.
You’ll also be able to sit and enjoy tea, coffee and homemade biscuits from Ledbury Country Market. Ledbury Library Development Group will have a range of second hand cookery books as well as medieval culinary treats, Wykeham Gardens will have plants and cards on sale and Studiocrafts will have a craft activity table where children can explore their creative sides.
Catherine Every, who is leading the organisation of the day on behalf of Ledbury Food Group said, “The Ledbury Celebration is in its sixth year and is going from strength to strength because it’s a great day out with something for everyone.”
The Ledbury Celebration is jointly organised by Ledbury Food Group and Ledbury Poetry Festival to celebrate the last day of the Poetry Festival and Ledbury’s super local food and drink. The event is supported by local businesses and Ledbury Town Council – entry is free.