March Events page is packed with food and drink festivals, wine tastings and themed dinners.
This means that from Staffordshire to Shropshire, Worcestershire to Warwickshire you have my top picks of the tastiest things to do this month.
Enjoy discovering the glut of culinary talent in the West Midlands!
Happy New Year!
In 2015 I’m looking forward to eating at The Smoke Pit in Northampton, sipping cocktails at The Botanist in Birmingham and learning some new cookery skills at Harborne’s Food School, which I will be writing up as new blog features for you shortly.
I am also very excited about two new food events in Warwickshire that I am working on. They will launch in March and September so I will be updating on you on these fantastic new events as soon as I can!
From the 22 applications for Operation Footfall support to revitalise town centres, Warwickshire County Council has awarded funding to three new food festivals.
Alcester & Forest of Arden Autumn Food Festival – as with the Spring festival, the Autumn Food Festival on Saturday 19 October will have over 100 exhibitors displaying a delicious and unusual array of foods and beverages, with competitions and surprises also added to the mix http://alcesterfoodfestival.org.uk
Rugby Food and Drink Festival, with a real ale trail – a weekend of food and drink in Rugby town centre, due to take place in the Autumn.
Warwick Food and Film Festival – launching in the Summer, follow #warwickrocks for updates on this new event.
These festivals are a great way to put Warwickshire on the culinary map and I’m looking forward to visiting all of them.