Bakewell Food Festival
The ever popular Bakewell Food Festival attracting thousands of visitors each year will once again be held around the streets of the beautiful and historic Peak District riverside market town. Bakewell's wealth of shops, pubs and cafes will be open as normal and craft and gift fairs will be held in the Town Hall, Brigade Hall and Medway centre.
Bakewell Food Festival
Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th April 2023
venue: Bakewell town centre
9am - 5pm
Bakewell Food Festival returns on the 29th & 30th of April 2023 an features around 100 stalls, gazebos and trailers ready to serve you delicious dishes, drinks and more goodies to take home with you too. Not forgetting the wonderful selection of gifts, crafts and any other reason to treat yourself or somebody else.
We are proud to showcase local businesses from in and around our gorgeous peak district, welcoming visitors of all ages to feast your eyes upon the fantastic products on offer. Children’s fair rides, local DJ and more entertainment to amaze you throughout the weekend.
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Here is a selection on what to look out at the festival
Brownies, traybakes, cakes, bakes, tarts and puddings.
Cheeses, curries, pies popcorn and pastries.
Smoked brisket, pulled pork, burgers, crepes and wraps
Smoked brisket, pulled pork, burgers, wraps and hot dogs.
Caribbean food, giant Polish sausages, Thai food and Greek food.
Spice kits, cheesecakes, coffee, sauces, marinades and chutneys.
Cheeses, breads, pastries and brownies.
Prosecco, chocolate rum, wines, pimms, cocktails, fruit liqueurs, toffee vodka, whisky, gin, beers and moonshine.
Fresh meat and sausages, mac 'n' cheese, churros, cookies and scotch eggs.
Olives. nuts, doughnuts.
Liqueur, spirits, liquor and alcohol bars.
Children's clothes, dog treats, books, gifts and accessories.
Garden ware and home decor, flowers and plants.
Spanish pottery, mini figurines, flowers and plants, kitchen cutlery, books and numerous crafts and gifts.
Also happening in town over the weekend are Craft and gifts in the Town Hall, the Scout Hut and the Medway Centre.
The Old house museum will be open on the Saturday and the Farmers market will be held in the Agricultural Business Centre on the Saturday till 2pm.
There will be a local DJ during the weekend and also look out for Rachels Magical Entertainment with Black Widow Rapunzel, Anna and a supporting mascot.
Bakewell Famers Market
Kiddie Fair Rides
British Legion Bikers
James McKay and his Owls
Pure Pet Food - as seen on Dragons Den
Award winning Brockleby's pies
Yorkshire Pudding Beer-as seen on TV
The roads into Bakewell can become quite congested at certain times due to the shear volume of people attending this event, to help alleviate this, please consider traveling by public transport.
Sheffield to Bakewell: https://bustimes.org/services/218-bakewell-chatsworth-sheffield
Chesterfield to Bakewell: https://bustimes.org/services/170-bakewell-baslow-chesterfield
Derby to Buxton: click for the timetable
If you are travelling by car, parking is off Agricultural Way DE45 1AH