Shrewsbury Food Festival

Shrewsbury Food Festival

Shropshire Festivals

Available to 30 June 2024

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Shrewsbury Food Festival - Shrewsbury (Sat 29th & 30th June 2024)

The Shrewsbury Food Festival is a celebration of the best in food, drink and craft.

With over 130 exhibitors, the event will showcase the finest local and international produce, as well as a range of cooking demonstrations, free kids entertainment, and a BBQ stage. The festival will also feature a huge screen for the World Cup, making it an ideal day out for the whole family.

What to Expect at Shrewsbury Food Festival:

  • Hundreds of top-notch food and drinks producers, handpicked by an award-winning team who know
  • their food!
  • Non-stop live entertainment all weekend and oodles of home and garden stalls.
  • Bouncy Castle
  • Axe Throwing
  • Bandstage
  • Arts & Crafts for kids!

Food

The Shrewsbury Food Festival brings together independent food producers, quality street food vendors, top chefs, local brewers and distillers, to serve up the finest food and drink which will have your taste buds jumping for joy!

Family

It’s a day out for the whole family! We have an entire area of the park dedicated to kids, and every activity is free. You can learn about the journey of food in our field to fork area, let off some steam with our sports activities, or head to our cookery school.

Fun

Shrewsbury food fest is a day of fun for all! Learn from talented chefs, try amazing food and drink, shop ‘til you drop in home and gardens, enjoy live music, and let the little ones go wild in our kids area. Non-stop fun is guaranteed.

 

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How to Find Us

The festival takes place in Shrewsbury’s Quarry Park at SY1 1RN in the heart of Shrewsbury.

There is no parking at the festival - entrance is by foot only. There are two entrances - one opposite St Chad’s Church at the top of the park and the other is near the Port Hill Suspension Bridge near to The Boathouse.

  • The festival takes place in Shrewsbury’s Quarry Park at SY1 1RN in the heart of Shrewsbury.
  • There is no parking at the festival - entrance is by foot only. There are two entrances - one opposite St Chad’s Church at the top of the park and the other is near the Port Hill Suspension Bridge near to The Boathouse.
  • The festival is held on the parkland’s grass, which means the surface isn’t even, although largely quite flat.
  • Shrewsbury has designated on-street parking spaces for disabled badge holders. These spaces can be found on Shoplatch, Castle Street, St. Mary's Street, Claremont Street and Roushill. Parking is free if displaying the badge and clock for the period as indicated on the signs.
  • There are designated parking spaces for disabled people in Raven Meadows multi-storey and in Abbey Foregate car park. Normal car parking charges apply. Wheelchair accessible buses operate on all three Park and Ride routes. 

Dogs are very welcome at the festival, but they aren’t allowed into the marquee areas, and they must be kept on a lead at all times.

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