Festival returns to town’s streets

Bakewell’s Fourth Food Festival is all set tempt your tastebuds again next month.

The event will be held on Saturday, April 25, and Sunday, April 26.

The streets of the town will again be filled with an eclectic mix of over 50 stalls with the focus, of course, being on food and drink specialities.

This year’s food festival will also include wine and food tastings, a variety of road shows, cookery demonstrations at the school of food and other tempting free events and discounts over the


For the children, there will again be rides, plus, for animal lovers, Shetland ponies from the Phoenix Children’s Foundation and the High Peak Donkeys will be in town.

Bakewell’s Old House Museum will also feature prominently this year as they are hosting a Classical Bakewell Afternoon Tea on Saturday, April 25, between 2pm-4pm.

The entry fee for this is £2.

For full updates and detailed information of this year’s food festival weekend, please visit www.whatsonbakewell.co.uk

For stall bookings, please email janet@bakewellshow.org

n The Remi Harris Gypsy Jazz Project will be performing at Calver Village all on Friday, March 6. The Live and Local event gets under way at 7.30pm.

This is a gifted gypsy jazz quartet fronted by exceptional guitarist, Remi, and singer, Deborah Rose.

There’s a relaxed mix of jazz and swing, including familiar standards, popular melodies and originals.

The performance will be suitable for those aged ten and over.

For ticket details, call the box office on 01433 630760.