Saturday September 16th

a busy day throughout the town !

Faversham’s regular market is supplemented by a host of food stalls and tastings, demonstrations, and talks in the Guildhall.

Faversham has had a Charter Market for over 900 years and one of the oldest in the country, it was mentioned in the Domesday Book 1086. The market thrives with traders selling fresh produce, artisan bread, cakes, pies and pastries, meat, fruit and vegetables and local crafts, herbs, and plants.

On the Saturday of the Food Festival, the traditional Saturday Charter Market will be supplemented with Best of Faversham traders and guest food stalls, as well as various talks, tastings and demonstrations organised by Taste Faversham in the Guildhall. There will be talks on food photography,

We are planning a repeat of the very successful  Ale Trail! Explore the beers and pubs of Faversham on our Ale Trail

Over 1 or 2 days – Saturday & Sunday! £5 per person – includes souvenir Ale Trail tasting glass and tastings of 12 fine ales for you to vote on. What’s not to like? 

Beyond the church, down a leafy walkway is the Abbey Physic Community Garden where on Saturday afternoon we have live Jazz and a Teddy Bears’ Picnic sponsored by Tesco, all proceeds to the Abbey Physic Community Garden.

11:00 in the Abbey Physic Community Garden Richard Senior will be giving a guided walk of the garden and talking about growing vegetables – lots of useful hints. 
Live Jazz 14:30 to 16:30
Teddy Bears Picnic 15:00 Ticketed event – £3 for each child, bring a teddy. Tickets from customer relations in Tesco.

18:30  2017 Food Hero Award for the Faversham Food Festival will take place at Faversham Creek Hotel

20:00  Medieval Banquet at the Faversham Creek Hotel

 

More details will be added here as the organising progresses.