Grubs up to celebrate Jubilee this weekend
The second Great Malvern Food Festival returns to the town on
Saturday 2nd June with a host of examples of great Heart of England
food and drink for people to enjoy on the Jubilee weekend.
There will be food demonstrations from some of
the county's up and coming young chefs.World renowned chef Alan
Coxon will also be appearing at this year’s festival. Alan is a TV
presenter with hundreds of shows to his name. He has also
recently written, produced and presented , a new TV series “From
Birmingham to Bombay” which is set to be broadcast around the
world. In addition he is: the author of 3 cookbooks to date,
a food archaeologist, an international judge, and the creator of a
unique multi award winning food range.
As well as activities in Abbey Road, there
will also be a second local cuisine display area in the courtyard
of Robson Ward Showroom, off Belle Vue Terrace. In addition to the
food there will also be crafts and live music, all in a continental
café style setting.
Belle Vue Island will host activities with
Transition Malvern, plus music with local accordionist Caroline
Waldren and street performances from Solo Circus.
Cllr Phil Grove, Portfolio Holder for
Economic Development at Malvern Hills District Council
“The food festival is just one of the many
activities taking place this Jubilee weekend and we hope that as
many people as possible turn out to celebrate and indulge in the
excellent local food this part of the country has to offer. Any
event that encourages residents and visitors to buy local produce
is particularly welcome as it supports local business, therefore
attracting inward investment and helping to boost the local
For more information about the food festival
including details of all of the food producers attending and all of
the events taking place to celebrate the Queens Diamond Jubilee