day forecast for tomorrow's Burnham-On-Sea Food Festival
final countdown to tomorrow's Burnham-On-Sea Food Festival is
underway ahead of its seventh event in the town.
The free festival this Saturday (October 31st) wil start at 9am
across four streets in the town centre, with more than 100 stalls
to explore, as well as workshops, music acts and cooking demonstrations.
those demonstrating their talents at the indoor KDS Demo Stage
in College Street will be Bini Ludlow, who runs her own Indian
cookery school in Somerset, at 1pm, followed by previous Great
Burnham Bake-Off winners Nigel and Pat Smith at 2pm, who will
share the secret of their award-winning sourdough bread.
bake-off competition will also be returning with a focus on loaves,
cakes and tarts and it is not too late to enter. Bakers
entry forms and rules here and present a completed form and
their bake before 2pm on Saturday at Somerset Skills & Learning
in Burnham's Princess Street.
highlights at the festival include childrens entertainers, farm
animals, and a harvest shopping trail around the town centre organised
in conjunction with Burnham-On-Sea Chamber of Trade, with entry
forms available online here.
Marine Cove Community Gardener and the Burnham Horticultural Society
will also be holding a marrow weigh-in at Saturday's festival.
The group were busy sowing marrow seeds at the May festival and
those who took part are being encouraged to return during the
October event to show what they have grown. Visit the stand, outside
Somerset Skills and Learning Centre in Princess Street, between
10.30am and noon to see the fruits of their labour.