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Heart of Greece

A sweet treat from Greece

Get that holiday feeling with the taste of Greece, both savoury and sweet: Olives, pickles, pastries, sweets, cheese, olive oil and so much more, plus pretty ceramics.

Thai Food

A delicious menu of everything that is good about Thai food.  Noodles with prawns, chicken or vegetables, a choice of curries, and refreshing cold drinks.

Nawa Kitchen

From the High Himalayas to Devizes!  Nawa Kitchen serves tasty, authentic, Tibetan Street Food. Try the traditional, famous Tibetan Momos – delicious filled dumplings, served with spicy salads and tempting chilli dips.

Mumbai Street Eats

Street Eats

Treat yourself to delicious plant based Indian food. So much to choose from: curries, favourites such as onion bhajis, samosas and Bombay mix, all washed down with tradtional Indian Chai.

Pipp & Co


The finest artisan doughnuts and cruffins, freshly made every morning using only local and natural ingredients



Indulge in  succulent steaks, cooked to your preference, at VELI’CIOUS.

Crooked Duck

Duck spring roll

Crispy duck wraps, saucy rice bowls, and fries which are completely kwakers – the Crooked Kitchens Duck Trailer has it all, plus vegan options, with a fresh garnish of Asian slaw and pickled cucumber.

Still Sisters

Still Sisters gin

Gin as you never had it before.  Enjoy flavours of hibiscus, rose, cider apple and even watercress!  Try a tempting range made in Frome, and maybe take home a bottle, too.


Canyero spirit

Forget boring spirits, and liven up your drinking with Salted Caramel Rum, Honey Rum,  and flavours of the tropics.  Of what about Limoncello Cream or Tequila Cream? Great alone, or in cocktails.

The Heart of Africa

The place for scatterlings from Africa to stock up with a taste of home.  Biltong, Droewors, Stokkies and much more.

Street Food and Artisan Producer Market

Festival market

Devizes Market Place

Saturday 21st September,  10 – 4

More new stalls, a band and a Wadworth pop up pub. Shop, feast on delicious street food and enjoy the music.

  Wadworth are Co-Headline sponsors of the Festival


spy in the woods

Corn Exchange

Thursday 26th September  7.00     Cash bar symbol

Can you work out who dunnit, over a delicious three course meal?   The All Cannings Players present another original drama, full of death and mystery.   There’s a prize for the amateur sleuth whose little grey cells are in top working order.


Oxford Chock Shop

Artisan chocolate brownies

Artisan chocolate brownies in an amazing range of flavours, served with warm chocolate sauce and cream.

Caribbean Store

Cakes and sauces

Wonderful flavours of The Caribbean.  Premium artisan speciality goods including Chocolate, Coconut and Vanilla Rum Cakes; Scotch Bonnet Pepper Sauces; Jerk, Ginger and Tamarind Marinades; Seasonings; Syrups & Cordials; Earthenware pottery pieces.


Potterne Honey

honey stall

A range of honey and beeswax products from nearby Potterne – support local industrious bees!

And the winners were…..

The Raffle Prize winners were: Golf for 4 at Bowood  –  Gareth Beynam A hamper from Wadworth – Ben Morris Subscriptions to Bake & Decorate magazine – Elaine Gale and Rosemary Ryan £20 to spent at Olivia Nails  –  Maria £20 to spend at Condado Lounge –   Richard Sunday Roast for 2 at The Hour Glass –  Paul Raggett £25 to spend at the Lamb, Urchfont –   Sue Jole £20 voucher for I Spice  – Richard Tomason Afternoon Tea at The Bear – Catherine Woodruff Hot Rock dining for 2 at the Castle – Teresa Howard Pinch of Nom family …

Queen Elizabeth II

The Devizes Food and Drink Festival is saddened to learn of the death of Queen Elizabeth II. We are thankful and grateful for her 70 years of dedicated service and join with the country in sending our deepest sympathy to Her Majesty’s family

Since we last saw you

2021 seems a long time ago.  After last year’s festival we did the washing up, donated the proceeds from our charity raffle and kitchenalia stall to three local charities, and had a breather. And of course we published the winning pies from the New Pie for Devizes competition, see below Then the Ukraine War started, and we just had to do something for the refugees.  What we do best is feed people,  and in record time we put together a community supper. People and local companies were wonderfully generous, with donations of ingredients, table decor, even sunflower seeds that are …

The new Devizes Pies

In 2021, we asked people to compete to create a new Pie for Devizes.  The entries were delicious, and the judges had a hard time deciding on the winners, but in the end these two had the edge. DEVIZES PICNIC PIE Created by Sue Lippiat Ingredients   Hot water crust pastry 1 lb plain flour 6 oz lard 1 tsp fine salt 1 egg yolk ¾ pint water     Filling   7 eggs and I yolk 115g packet stuffing 600g pork sausage meat 250 g bacon, lean & fat, minced Boiled new potatoes, halved Cornichons Jar of roasted red …


Fudge stall

Fordingbridge Fudge makes traditional, luxury, old fashioned homemade fudge to a unique recipe that uses local Jersey milk and cream for glorious creaminess.

The Bratman

Bratswurst + trimmings

Traditional Bavarian Bratwurst, Kasewurst, Bacon Krakauer and don’t forget the Currywurst! With all the trimmings…’


Buzbee’s Wales

Tonic water from Buzbee's

A range of delicious Premium Tonic Waters, made from Welsh Spring Water and sweetened with Welsh Honey.  Perk up your gin with 10 different flavours including rhubarb, blood orange, passion fruit, botanical and mango – delicious!

Niche Alcohol Supplies

Spirits from Niche

Cherish every note of the divinely distilled, award-winning spirits from Niche Alcohol Supplies.  Visit them and taste these amazing spirits.


Butternut range

Freshly prepared dog food, cooked like you would at home, delivered in perfect portions.

Jacqui’s Homemade Sweets

selection of sweet treats

Jacqui’s Homemade Sweets makes different flavours of fudge, cake, pies and crumbles, and now vegetarian savoury quiches, too.

Rutts Lane Cider

Rutts Lane stall

A small craft cider & perry producer which uses apples that would mostly otherwise be wasted. Only local apples are used for Rutts Gold Cider, while other ciders are made from West Country cider apples from selected specialist orchards in Dorset and Hereford. If you have a productive apple tree, read on.

Riverford Organic Farmers

Veg box fresh from Riverford

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.