Food and Drink
Food and Drink Pavilion
The Food and Drink Pavilion, supported by Copella, is a vibrant celebration of British cuisine. This is where you can pick up homemade and artisan products and of course sample some local speciality dishes.
The Artisan Market is a specially selected group of local producers who celebrate high quality, local and handmade produce. You’ll be sure to find a delicious treat to take home here.
Soak up a picnic atmosphere in the Copella garden. Designed by Young Designer of the Year 2016, Caitlin McLaughlin, the garden draws on the inspiring landscaping of UK orchards and meadows. Surrounded by hay bales, scattered seating and apple barrels, this is the perfect spot to taste the latest of Copella's juice blends, Apple and Lavender.
And don’t miss the Kitchen Garden Theatre, hosted by award winning author Mark Diacono. The theatre will feature daily cookery demonstrations from chefs and culinary experts including The Raymond Blanc Cookery School, Naomi Devlin, so that you can go away well informed, not just well fed.
Timetable of demonstrations coming soon…
On the Festival Green, supported by Worcester, Bosch Group, you will find a selection of international street food including paella, pizza, gourmet burgers plus German and Greek cuisine.
In our new Shopping Arcade you will find the perfect place for a cup of tea and a slice of cake in the Vintage Cafe.
Refreshment and Lunch Stops
As you arrive at the festival through North and South gate pick up a programme, grab a coffee and start to plan your day.
In the Live Well area we have a selection of vintage vehicles including a Milk Float selling posh coffee, a vintage horse box bar plus a Victorian Tram serving smoked foods.
You will also find conveniently located around the festival a selection of outlets selling coffee, pastries and sandwiches.