Stamford Meadows will host a feast of treats when the three-day Stamford Food and Drink Festival opens tomorrow (Friday).
Traders are bringing foods to satisfy the most continental of palates – from Scandinavian hot-dogs, French cheese, piping hot paella, to Turkish Delight and South African curries and Boerewors.
Homegrown delights will also be in attendance, from Lavinton Lamb to Brown’s Gourmet Sausages (vegan and veggie varieties will also be on offer), to FW Read and Sons’ selection of cheeses, Bytham Kitchen’s Homemade Chutneys and Spicy Monk Cider from Lincolnshire.
Independent traders will also be selling gifts and items for residents to browse as well as a live music stage and children’s entertainment.
Local, national and international ales, craft beers, and ciders will be on offer for residents looking to quench their thirst as well as Pimms and Sangria. Marron will also be bringing a selection of wines, cider and liqueurs.