LEIGH Food Fair, on Saturday 21st July at Leigh village hall, is a winning combination of great food and beautifully preserved vintage and classic cars.
Open from 10am to 4pm, the 13th Leigh Food Fair is a chance to taste and buy some of the best food and drink from producers from West Dorset, South Somerset and East Devon.
The stallholders will include Alweston Jam and Chutney Empire, Chocolate Arthouse, Devon Fishcakes, Dorset Blue Viney, Dorset Sea Salt Co, Fussels Fine Foods, Grownup Marshmallows, James’s Cheeses, James’s Forager Spirit, Lavender Blue Food Company, Liberty Cakes, Little Groves Nursery, Meat Free Martha, Oxfords’ Bakery, Reads Coffee Roasters, Percy’s Bakery, Simply Sprinkle, Somerset Cider Brandy Co., Somerset Charcuterie, Sri Lanka Spices, Tim Hurren’s Icecream Trike, Unusual Pork Pie Co., White Post Gate Honey, Wraxall Wines, Wyld Meadow Farm, and Yarty Cordials.
There will be a variety of interesting vintage and classic cars and motorbikes on display outside the hall, and fair-goers can enjoy a selection of refreshments, ice cream, barbecued burgers and sausages and beer and cider. There will also be children’s entertainment and activities.
The fair is being opened by Katharine Wright of Dorset Food and Drink. Proceeds go to Leigh Village Hall, The Hub at Yeovil, Leigh’s St Andrew’s Church and other charities.