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Big Nibble will give Horsham plenty to chew on

JPCT 310813 S13360483x Horsham Big Nibble. James Macdonald on the Taste of the Weald stall -photo by Steve Cobb ENGSUS00120130209100658

JPCT 310813 S13360483x Horsham Big Nibble. James Macdonald on the Taste of the Weald stall -photo by Steve Cobb ENGSUS00120130209100658

The countdown to this year’s Big Nibble in Horsham has begun.

The local food and drink based spectacular, organised by Horsham District Council in conjunction with Horsham Markets will be held on the weekend of September 6 and 7.

It is the launch event for the district wide Food and Drink Festival, which runs fromthat first weekend in September until October 5.

The core of the festival’s regional reputation is the quality of the two day Big Nibble Festival Market packed with the best local food and drink producers around.

Saturday’s Big Nibble menu sees the return of the brilliant Live Cookery Theatre showcasing demonstrations from a selection of Horsham’s top chefs and local producers including last year’s ‘Master Chef – The Professionals’ winner Stephen Edwards.

This is complemented by the annual Horsham Beer Trail which this year starts from Piries Bar and finishes at The Black Jug on North Street, both sponsors.

Also on the Saturday local food event company, ‘Food Rocks’, bring ‘The Little Nibble’, a new children’s food festival on Horsham Forum outside TK Maxx, which will be full of have a go activities designed to be both fun and appeal to a younger audience.

A huge range of street food, all of it with a local feel, is promised adding to the ever expanding range of restaurants, cafes, delis and many other specialist food shops have put Horsham on the map as a foodies’ destination.

Marion Carter from Horsham Markets said: “We are thrilled to be working with the Council again on the Big Nibble.

“This will be our fourth year bringing together local producers for the two day event and demand for stalls has been better than ever.

“Horsham has become a real food hub with our weekly local produce markets on Thursdays and Saturdays together with a fantastic choice of restaurants, specialist food shops and delis.

The Big Nibble and the district’s Food and Drink Festival is a great opportunity to discover all that Horsham and the District has to offer.”

To find out more about the markets, visit www.horshammarkets.co.uk and educational.

Sunday’s Big Nibble will feature the second Great Horsham Bake Off on the Forum, along with an open air tea room and supporting stalls (with full details and entry forms on www.thebignibble.co.uk closing date September 31).

Also on the Sunday, the Horsham Bus Rally 2014 will be running five routes across the District linking towns and villages.

There will be a variety of classic buses on display at the Hop Oast Park and Ride just to the south of the town and with all routes travelling from there.

 

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