Abundance of tasty treats on offer at Wymondham Abbey Food and Drink Festival

PUBLISHED: 12:07 23 September 2017 | UPDATED: 12:07 23 September 2017

Sweet treats made by Joaquim Teles who is at Wymondham Abbey Food and Drink Festival this weekend. Photo supplied by Ana Teles.

Sweet treats made by Joaquim Teles who is at Wymondham Abbey Food and Drink Festival this weekend. Photo supplied by Ana Teles.

Ana Teles

If you go down to Wymondham Abbey today, you’re sure to find something delicious.

The Abbey is hosting a food and drink festival featuring a wide range of local producers, demonstrations, a pop-up cafe and more.

Timed to coincide with the church’s annual Harvest Festival celebrations, the event runs from 10am until 3pm.

A heavy emphasis will be placed on vegetarian and vegan food and guests will be able to find out more about eating well and looking after the environment.

Among the attendees are Vette’s Veggie Van, Neal’s Yard Remedies, Kind Food, The Artisan Pastry Chef, Pell&co Spirits, Moolicious, Scrubby Oak and the Chaat Man.

As well as this there is also a range of entertainment on offer, from children’s face painting to bouncy castles. A cake making contest will also be taking place.

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