January 12, 2012 Huddersfield Daily Examiner
ORGANISERS of the Huddersfield Food and Drink Festival have defended “rocketing” fees.
They argue that the increases of up to 150% for exhibitors are essential if the festival is to continue.
But the increases have angered a Huddersfield restaurant manager who attends the festival and a Kirklees councillor.
Both feel the rise in charges will hit the festival, which has grown over recent years to become a major summer event.
They also revealed the event has made a loss over the past 11 years, despite growing numbers of people attending.
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