Mullion Cove is yet again to host a ‘Best of the South West’ food and drink themed area as part of Bristol’s BIG market on Saturday 22 June from 11am – 6pm.
Bristol’s BIG Market launched the Big Green Week last year and was a huge success attracting more than 10,000 visitors to the market.
Mullion Cove’s area will be located in Corn Street in Bristol’s city centre and will feature some of the best local food and drink producers from the South West including producers from as far away as Cornwall. Devon based business Riverford will sponsor the area and will be on hand to talk to market goers about their organic farms and vegetable box scheme.
Expect to find tasty treats from local artisans including Grumpies of Cornwall, Guilberts Chocolates, The Story Group, Whalesborough Farm Foods, Nature Kitchen, Everything Bagels, Ivors Farmhouse Ice-Cream, Pure Fudge, Wiltshire Chilli Farm, Firebelly bakery, Whitelake Cheese, Gerry’s Finest Falafel and much more.
Delicious hot food will also be available throughout the day including South West inspired paella, slow roasted lamb, hot falafel wraps and chicken and veggie kofta’s. Grab lunch on the go with homemade flatbreads stuffed with an assortment of mouth watering fillings including slow cooked ribs or butternut squash and ricotta.
Local drink producers will also take part including Wraxall Vineyard, Severn Cider, Bradleys Juices and Towles Fine Ales and while you sip on these fine beverages, you can feast on juicy local strawberries from Besleys fruit farm.
Keep up to date with all the Bristol’s BIG Market news and exhibitors by visiting the markets’ Facebook page – Bristol’s BIG Market and follow the market on Twitter @The_Big_Market.
So come on down to Corn Street on Saturday 22 June and explore just why the South West is renowned for their quality produce. Join in the jovialities as local sea shanty group; The Roaring Trowmen will bellow out songs of the deep or relax to the dulcet tones of the Lilac Hour whilst you shop to you drop!
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