Cathy specialises in making Japanese food with Filipino fusion. Everything is freshly cooked, and locally sourced where possible.
Award winning homemade cakes, cookies and tarts served with locally roasted, ethically sourced coffee.
Waitey’s unique range of Chilli Jam, Indian Bean Chutney, Spice Paste and Marinade and Stir Fry Sauce are home made in Calne.
Oil from rapeseed grown, pressed and bottled on the farm, minimising food miles and maximising quality and taste.
Jacqui’s Homemade Sweets is a small business making different flavours of fudge, cake, pies and crumbles.
The Notorious Pig menu is truly delicious with food options from quality bacon rolls to start the day to their signature juicy lean pork rolls with all the trimmings and saucy BBQ pulled pork nachos!
There is a large variety of tea around which makes it really hard to find a ‘proper cuppa’ that suits each individual. There is almost too much choice!
A small craft cider producer which uses apples that would mostly otherwise be wasted. Only local apples are used for Rutts Gold Cider, while Rutts Rascal and Rutts Revenge use hand picked apples from Dorset.
Based in Widcombe, Bath Botanicals have created a range of Gins and Herbal Elixirs that harness the history, benefits and unique flavours of plants.
This mobile bar operates from a converted Richardson horsebox, serving delightful prosecco, mouth watering cocktails and delicious soft drinks.
The Wiltshire Liqueur Company’s liqueurs have been enjoyed at family gatherings, stylish picnics and country shoots since 1993.
Delicious Asian cuisine with a healthy modern twist, inspired by bold flavours and the very freshest natural ingredients.
Spotted that cheeky pineapple, getting into the act on our logo? Why is it there?
Well, Devizes has a historic connection. In 1769, one Adam Taylor ‘A Gardener near Devizes’ published a treatise on how to grow a pineapple. Reason enough for us to adopt it, but more so when we learned the pineapple is a symbol of hospitality and friendship…
In and Around Devizes Market Place
Saturday 28th September
So much to choose from at our our fabulous Street Food and Artisan goods market… spend the day browsing and imbibing wonderful dishes and take home great produce from our local producers and traders.
Intimate meals in unusual places, charming afternoon tea, a feast from around the world and wine tasting over a gourmet dinner are just some of the many eating and drinking opportunities during the week.
When was the last time you greeted a goat, lunched in a bell chamber, or sipped wine just yards from where the grape grew? Let us surprise you with some new food experiences..
Based a short distance from Melksham, The Wiltshire Chilli Farm consists of a group of culinary and horticulture enthusiasts who share a love of all things spicy.
A fabulous range of ‘Glastonbury’ artisan west country cheeses, from cow’s, ewe’s and goat’s milk.
No fancy gimmicks – Eccentric Gin let their gins do the talking for them and produce small batch craft gins with innovative results to be enjoyed by both old and new gin drinkers.
Saturday 28th September 7.00pm £18
The Corn Exchange
Sunday 29th September from 12.30 admission FREE
Sunday 29th September 7.30 £18
Food inspired by Greece, using authentic ingredients and recipes.
The Sherbet Piglet is a pop-up vintage sweet shop bringing the traditional sweets you remember from your childhood as well as the favourites all kids enjoy today.
Mexican Street Food – brought to you from chefs with a lifelong passion for food.
Harry’s Cider is made with vintage Somerset varieties and only uses fruit from their local orchards.
Riverford are mad about organic veg. They’ve been growing it for 30 years, choosing varieties for flavour and looking after their soil, wildlife and water sources.
Stock up for the festive season with this year’s Christmas Chutney and Boxing Day Pickle, as well as other award winning pickles, relishes and preserves hand made in Wiltshire.
Gourmet Cheese Toasties make mouthwatering cheese toasties using sourdough bread, fine cheeses and fresh quality ingredients. In fact, we think they may be the most fabulous out there. Visit them and decide for yourself – they’d love to see you.
St John’s Parish Rooms
Monday 30th September, 3.30 £8
a’Becketts Vineyard, Littleton Panell
Monday 30th September ♦ Tour starts 5.45 ♦ Tasting 6.30 £10
The Wharf Café
Monday 30th September 7.00 for 7.30 £12 per table of 4
Wednesday 2nd October, 12.30 £10
Vaughan’s Cookery School, Hopton, SN10 2HJ
Wednesday 2nd October 5.30-7.00 & 7.00-8.30 £14
Wednesday 2nd October, 5.30 for 6.00 £30
Wadworth Brewery, SN10 1JW
Wednesday 2nd October 7.00 £19.50
Plenty! Pies was set up by Marc and Kate Birch in November 2010. They live in Nailsworth in Gloucestershire and make the pies in their bakery in Nailsworth.
Why pies? You may well ask! We’ll let Marc tell the story…
When it comes to cake, we firmly believe that every bite should be divine. Whether you’re enjoying a weekend indulgence, treating your sweet tooth, or sharing a slice (or four) with friends – cake is always worth doing well.
We have evolved into one of the most innovative, creative Craft Breweries in the West. Our ethos is to bring fresh natural hand crafted beers to a wider market and promote local sustainable business.
Purbeck Ice Cream is passionately produced on the farm with fresh local Purbeck milk, Dorset double cream, British sugar and an abundance of delicious flavours, all gluten-free with no nuts, artificial flavourings, preservatives, colours and uniquely no added natural colours.