Bearwood Food Festival’s back and this time it’s going to be bigger and bolder with particular emphasis on traditional Black Country fare!
There will also be stalls celebrating Bearwood’s diverse community and championing great quality, affordable food with a range of stalls offering cuisine from Asia, the Mediterranean and Eastern Europe.
Jo Capper, founder member of Bearwood Pantry, hosts of the event, explained to welovebearwood: “This festival is going to be even bigger and better than the last. The first one was us testing the water and people came in droves with many stalls selling out by lunchtime. This time, we’re expecting the big crowds and we’ll have a wider range of food and produce, food based talks and more community involvement.
We’re especially looking for producers of traditional Black Country fare, like faggots, gray paes, leaf scratchings and grorty pudding. We’d love to hear from you if you’re still making these traditional foods. We’re proud of the Black Country’s heritage and we’d love to support local producers at this event.”
Bearwood’s answer to foodie heaven is on Saturday 19th September (11am – 4pm) at Bearwood Baptist Church Hall on Rawlings Road.
You can obtain further details by contacting Jennie Sandford from the Bearwood Pantry. E:email@example.com or M:07748 988 429