Ledbury Food Group working with Ledbury Fringe, Ledbury Poetry Festival, and Ledbury Town Council bring you the best of local food and drink, accompanied by a feast of music and poetry by Ledbury’s historic Master’s House in St Katherine’s car park.
The event is on Sunday 14th July from 11am to 5pm with entertainment from 12 pm.
Eat and drink…
Producers confirmed for this year’s celebration of local produce include:
- Canapes by Gill
- Foxbury Fields Vineyard
- Hanley Swan Bakery
- Haven Distillery
- Just Rachel
- Kitchen Flowers
- Kontext Coffee Company
- Ledbury Country Market
- Ledbury Food Group
- Little Marcle Farm Shop
- Marmah’s Cheese
- Monkland Cheese Dairy
- Myrtles Kitchen
- Orchard Grove Preserves
- Pearsons Cider Company
- Peter Cooks Bread
- Seb’s Cider
- Smokin’ Jack’s Texas BBQ Company
- The Handmade Scotch Egg Company
- The Poetry Machine
- The Pork Peddlar
- Trumpet Corner Tearoom & Gallery
- Vicenta’s Empanadas
- Wykeham Gardens
There will be plenty to eat there and then while you enjoy the programme of entertainment, and good things to take home for later.
Enjoy the entertainment…
Ledbury Fringe and Ledbury Poetry Festival pull out all the stops for a fun-filled afternoon of music and poetry.
From 12 noon, Ledbury Fringe present performances “on the hour” from local music acts – Puffer with a blend of original songs and covers, Tyler Massey at 1pm exploring contemporary folk, Hannah Davies at 2pm with her own original songs, Garrington T. Jones at 3pm exploring Blues, Folk and Roots and finally at 4pm Rubble presenting “classic covers” to round off the day.
Join “Poetry Pandemonialists” Steve Pottinger and Emma Purshouse as they change the world one poetry gig at a time at 1.45pm and 2.45pm. Local poetry lover Clova Perez-Corral presents a selection of her favourite poems at 12.45pm.
Don’t miss Romanian Folk Group – Hora Communitatil Ro – at 3.45pm.
Discover the Poetry Machine for beautiful intuitive poems crafted just for you and typed on a vintage typewriter – “if poetry could hold your hand, this is what it would feel like”.
Visit our wonderful heritage buildings…
The Master’s House with more music from local group Helta, and tours from 12 noon, the Heritage Centre, Butcher Row Museum, the Painted Room, and the Church will all be open.
Come and enjoy this fabulous festival occasion – with the added bonus of a parade by the Sealed Knot Society through the High St at midday.
When? Sunday 14th July from 11am to 5pm – entertainment from 12 noon.
Where? St Katherine’s car park, Ledbury, HR8 1EA
Parking? FREE at Bye Street, Lawnside and Bridge Street public car parks, and at John Masefield High School HR8 2HF (donation to Friends of the School) and Ledbury Primary School HR8 2BE (free).
Temporary road closures will apply in the Town Centre between about 11.45am and 12.15pm for the parade. Unrestricted access to public car parks from Bypass via Lower Road, and to John Masefield High School from Bypass via Gloucester Road.
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