Sheep and tractor display comes to Burnham-On-Sea town centre!
unique display of sheep and tractors will be set-up in the town
centre during this Saturday's Burnham-On-Sea Food and Drink Festival.
Bridgwater firm Hawkins Agriculture will be bringing a selection
of their British-built New Holland tractors to the festival on
will be joined by a flock of Wiltshire Horn sheep from Somerset
Rare Breeds Farm, which will be on display in Burnham's Princess
Street from 9am on Saturday (October 25th).
organiser Sarah Milner Simonds said: "Making stronger links
between the town and the countryside are very important to us
and the ethos of the festival."
are thrilled to have secured the support of Hawkins Agriculture
for this month's festival - their British-build tractors are top
of the range and we hope that families enjoy learning more about
co-organisers Bev and Sarah Milner Simonds say this week's event
will be Somerset's largest food festival.
traders will offer tastings, samples and opportunities for visitors
to hear the stories behind the products, which will range from
local Somerset specialities like cider and cheese to Japanese
cuisine and chocolate made from goat's milk.
festival will also include the Great Burnham Bake Off, Burnham
Brew Off and the Burnham Burn Off competitions.
will be set up in Victoria Street, College Street and Princess
Street plus three further venues - the Baptist Hall, Methodist
Church and Princess Theatre.