Sunday 10 September: 10am to 3pm
No booking required
Visit Hungerford’s Heritage Festival for traditional 17th century cooking demonstrations, willow weaving workshops and the chance to meet the producers who are keeping rural traditions alive including venison and bee-keeping,
Hungerford Heritage Market pays tribute to the rich heritage of British food and rural life featuring Marquesss of Winchester regiment’s living history kitchen demonstrating 17th century recipes.
There will also be an opportunity to have a go at weaving willow, make your own butter, learn about the history of ferrets and watch them race, learn about bee-keeping and venison.
On top of all this there will be live music, street food and a wide selection of wonderful local food, produce and gifts from local farmers and artisans including bread, honey, cheese, pies, meat, produce, cakes, preserves, plants, gifts and beautiful cut flowers from a local historic walled garden.
Well-behaved dogs welcome on leads.
Due to limited street parking outside the market you may have to walk 5 minutes from a car park in Hungerford town centre.
To book disabled parking at the entrance to the event please call Penny on 07768 981658.
Contact for the day: Penny Locke 07768 981658
The event is at The Croft Field, RG17 0HY between St Lawrence’s Church and the Kennet & Avon Canal and Hungerford Nursery School.
If you are facing Hungerford Nursery School, the market entrance is to the left.