Tuesday, 13 April 2010

The soap stall will be going to......

April Steam & Food Fayre
Sunday 18th April 1.00pm – 5.00pm
Abbey Pumping Station
Tantalise your taste buds and fill your senses with exotic scents and textures of the culinary delights inherent in the varied communities of our great city. This year’s theme is ‘packaging and preserving’ - learn how technological advances enabled us to eat the varied diet we have today. Homemade cake served in the tearoom, train rides and classic vehicles will be in abundance and the Gimson beam engines will be in steam.
Family £8.00; Adults £3.50; Children / concessions £2.50 (a small charge for train rides).

Great British Food, Drink & Craft Fair
23rd – 25th April

Warwick Castle is to celebrate all that’s great and good about our green and pleasant land with its first ever St George’s Day celebration now confirmed.
The Great British Food and Craft Fair will be held on 23-25 April and aims to showcase some of the best British exports.
Guests can enjoy cookery demonstrations across the weekend, including demos from celebrity chef Richard Fox, who will be sharing his best recipes to prepare an array of great British classic dishes.
For those guest who fancy themselves as a wine or beer connoisseur, regular tasting sessions will be held, where guests can learn the how to refine their palates and how to make the right beverage choice to accompany their favourite meal.
Children will be able to busy their hands with an array of hands-on activities, including the Make 'n' Bake Cookery Area and a Craft Make ‘n’ Take Area and Tile Painting, where crafty kids can take home creations, from jam tarts and plaster of paris models and money boxes.
In addition to the ‘see and do’ activities that will be on offer, guests can also enjoy watching the spectacular Chainsaw Sculptor, Carrie Yuen, in action. Guests can witness her transform logs into masterpieces; from tigers and crocodiles to owls and tortoises. Guests will also be able to purchase her timber creations on the day.

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