There will be a variety of activities on offer in the Tideswell Kitchen Garden at the 2016 Tideswell Food Festival on 30 April, including a quiz and prize draw, seed planting, a plant sale, tool recycling, and music from Tideswell Singers.
The volunteer Kitchen Gardeners are available to give you a tour, and you can do some gardening too if it takes your fancy!
Tideswell Kitchen Garden was established as part of the Taste Tideswell project, launched when the village was awarded BBC Village SOS funding. The Garden is run by a group of volunteers under the ‘Friends of Taste Tideswell’ label, supported by a Derbyshire Dales community grant.
The Garden is an open access space for all local people, and supplies Tideswell’s Wednesday Lunch Club with vegetables, fruit and herbs for the dishes it serves each fortnight. All volunteers are free to help themselves to produce grown in the garden, and monthly meet-ups are held at 10 am on the first Saturday of each month, to supplement time spent in the garden individually/in smaller groups. For more news, join the ‘Tideswell Kitchen Garden’ group on Facebook, contact Helen Grainger at email@example.com or call Judy Cooke on 01298 872408.
Something new this year for the Tideswell Food Festival – Crafts in the Chancel. Come along to St John’s Parish Church between 10 am and 4 pm on 30 April 2016 to see and buy some amazing local arts and crafts:
Daisy Lee-Overton jewellery – maker and designer of wearable sculpture
Frances Lumber Photography – photographer and artist living in Tideswell, Derbyshire, producing black and white landscape photographs, still-life and mixed-media artwork.
Peak District Yarns – small batches of delicious yarn, inspired by the colours and the landscapes of the countryside around the Peak District.
Fiona and Daisy Rogers – felted items, wire animals and hand-crafted jewellery
Carol Wilson Art – natural artworks in handmade felt inspired by the flora and fauna, the dramatic views, the shapes and textures of the rugged landscape, and the ever-changing colours and light of the Peak District
Beautiful Buttons and Books – sculpted upcycled books and beautiful bespoke jewellery and bunting
Two months away and counting – Tideswell Food Festival: A wonderful festival of food in the beautiful Peak District – 30 April 2016
The Tideswell Food Festival 2016 is getting closer – and I have to say that the list of traders is looking good! Looking forward to seeing you there on 30 April 2016 in the streets of Tideswell.
The list of traders for the Tideswell Food Festival is ever growing – come and see and sample and shop at the festival in the streets of Tideswell on 30 April 2016!
The latest update to the 2016 Tideswell Food Festival list – come and see and sample and shop at the festival in the streets of Tideswell on 30 April 2016!
The traders’ list is growing, and this is just a taster…
Tideswell Food Festival will be held on 30 April 2016 this year, and we are looking forward to welcoming back a lot of familiar faces and tastes, as well as presenting new local suppliers of artisan food and drink. If you would like to show your food and drink wares to crowds of residents and visitors in our beautiful village of Tideswell, please contact Phil Walker on firstname.lastname@example.org – we look forward to seeing you on the Bank Holiday weekend!
The Tideswell Food Festival is coming up at the end of April, and the stalls are booking up fast – but if there are any local food or drink suppliers that you think should be at the festival, ask them to contact Phil Walker on email@example.com.