The early September weather was kind to us and finally, nearly seventeen months after our last festival, Tideswell was buzzing again with visitors and locals eager to sample some foody delights.
Cakes, coffee, cheese, curry mix and chocolate.
Pies, preserves, pastries and (tornado) potatoes.
Brownies, bread and bee supplies.
Hot food stalls selling crepes, Caribbean, Thai, Indian ,Cypriot food and of course great Britsh bangers and burgers.
About the only things missing were beer and doughnuts – and I promise we’ll try to rectify that for our next festival on 7th May
We had another very successful day in St. John’s church.
Featuring a wide range of arts and crafts from jewellery and ceramics, knitwear and hand dyed yarn, home-made soap and scents to handcrafted bags and accessories.
The Appalachian Dancers accompanied by The Well Heeled Band performed in front of the church with more music and vocal entertainment from The Bailey Sisters, Dale Diva, The Tideswell Band, Meat Free Music and The Tideswell Singers scattered in and around the church.
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