Celebrate the best of local produce with Burghley House’s fine food market this Bank Holiday weekend…
For those ‘foodies’ in the know, there is only one place to be this bank Holiday weekend. The Fine Food Market at Burghley House returns, with security measures in place, this Saturday to Monday.
You will get a chance to meet a large range of fantastic suppliers of local produce including handmade cheeses, artisan coffees and ciders, luxury sweet treats and rare breed meats and sausages. In total, there will be 33 exhibitors over the Bank Holiday weekend.
This year, the Fine Food Market will be spread out over two courtyards, the Chestnut and Stable, and a one-way system will be in place as well as a maximum capacity and a QR code to track your details for the Government’s Track and Trace system.
Further afield, in Oakham, Rutland, The Grainstore Brewery will be hosting what they have called, ‘The 1st (And, hopefully, last) Grainstore ‘Socially Distanced’ Beer festival.’ The festival kicks off today until Monday offering locals a weekend of live music, comedy, food and beer all socially distanced under their marquees.
5pm-7pm Annie Love Duo
7pm-9pm Lovelock Bridge
9pm-11pm Swagger Duo
1pm-3pm Jonny Kerry Duo
3pm-5pm George Simpson
5.30pm-6.30pm Comedy, Patrick Monahan & TBC (Book the 5.15-7pm slot)
7pm-9pm Jordon & Chris Poole
9pm-11pm Daryl Kirkland Duo
1pm-3pm Darren Jones
5.30pm-6.30pm Comedy, Scott Bennett (Book the 5.15-7pm slot)
7pm-9pm Pembroke Tennesson
9pm-11pm Tantric Specs
1pm-3pm The Roamantics
3pm-5pm Sounds of Simon
There are 16 tables available, all for four guests, and all socially distanced. These are available for reservations in 2-hour slots throughout the weekend on a first come, first served basis.
Your table will be allocated a member of staff to look after you all the time who will make sure you are topped up directly to the table with drinks and food.
There you have it, two fantastic options for your bank holiday weekend in the local area.
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