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There’s more to the Arundel Food Festival than eating and drinking. A series of events will get you walking, thinking and engaging with your food and drink in fresh and entertaining ways.

Each day from Sat 15 to Sun 23 October, from 10am
Arundel Food Festival Family Treasure Hunt
Arranged by Xtra-ordinary Xperiences
An entertaining, informative and engaging family event, that will take you on a walk around the town using a set of clues based around food and drink. The treasure hunt should last around 2 hours. To be in with a chance of winning a prize, please follow the instructions on the clues!
Cost: Clues are available from The Book Ferret, High Street, Arundel for £5 (Cash only, please)
Contact: Xtra-ordinary Xperiences 01903 884166

Saturday October 15, from 10.30 – midday
Food Scrabble
Osteria, 41 High Street
The regular Scrabble club takes up the Food Festival theme – all the words have to be food related!
Cost: FREE (with prizes!)
Contact: Osteria 01903 882024

Saturday October 15, 11am – 4pm
Crossbush Farm open day
Crossbush Farm & Farm Shop, Lyminster Rd, Crossbush BN17 7QQ
A chance to ‘look behind the scenes’ at farming today, meet the farmer, John Langmead and his organic sheep and cattle. No need to book.
This is on A284 Littlehampton road, I mile east of Arundel, close the interchange with the A27.
Click here for a map.
Cost: FREE
Contact: Crossbush Farm Shop, 01903 883991

Tuesday October 18, 11am
Meet the Gardener
Arundel Castle
Take a tour of the Castle Organic kitchen garden. The garden was originally conceived by the Duchess in the 70s. The tour, for small groups up to a maximum of 20 people will be led by Martin Duncan, the Head Gardener or Isobel McKinley, the Kitchen Garden Horticulturist.
Cost: £7.50 (max 20 people)
Contact: Arundel Castle 01903 882173
Email: Martin Duncan (click to open an email window)

Tuesday October 18, 2.30pm
Bird Bites – dream dining for feathered friends
Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust, Mill Road BN18 9PB
Its not just humans who need to eat – our feathered friends enjoy good food too. During this 30 minute talk and demonstration you will learn some simple recipes to make a dream dining table for the birds in your garden.
The Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust is in Mill Road, about 1 mile from the Town centre.
Click here for a map.
Cost: FREE (with paid centre admission – see wwt website for admission charges)
Contact: WWT, 01903 883355
www.wwt.org.uk

Tuesday October 18, 8pm
Eat my words – An evening of food-themed poetry and prose.
The Book Ferret, 34 High Street
Poetry Arun in association with The Book Ferret invite you to an evening of poetry and prose with a food theme.
Pre-booking essential.
Cost: £4 includes a complimentary glass of wine
Contact: The Book Ferret, 34 High Street 01903 885727
www.thebookferret.co.uk

Wednesday October 19, 10am
Wild Food Foraging
‘Somewhere near Arundel’
Back by popular demand, a guided foraging expedition followed by hot lunch of foraged finds, cooked over an open fire. This event is being held at Forest Knights distinctive purpose-created woodland study centre, set in a private wood about 3 miles from Arundel. Full details and directions given on booking.
Cost: £22. Booking essential.
Contact: Forest Knights, 07771 540184
www.forestknights.co.uk

Wednesday October 19, 11am
Meet the Gardener
Arundel Castle
Take a tour of the Castle Organic kitchen garden. The garden was originally conceived by the Duchess in the 70s. The tour, for small groups up to a maximum of 20 people will be led by Martin Duncan, the Head Gardener or Isobel McKinley, the Kitchen Garden Horticulturist.
Cost: £7.50 (max 20 people)
Contact: Arundel Castle 01903 882173
Email: Martin Duncan (Click to open an email window)

Wednesday October 19, 2:30pm
Bird Bites – dream dining for feathered friends
Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust, Mill Road BN18 9PB
Its not just humans who need to eat – our feathered friends enjoy good food too. During this 30 minute talk and demonstration you will learn some simple recipes to make a dream dining table for the birds in your garden.
The Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust is in Mill Road, about 1 mile from the Town centre.
Click here for a map.
Cost: FREE (with paid centre admission – see wwt website for admission charges)
Contact: WWT, 01903 883355
www.wwt.org.uk

Thursday October 20, 11am-midday
Good Gadget Guide – and tricks of the trade for making best use of them.
Sparks Yard, 18 Tarrant Street
How many of us buy kitchen equipment – and then never make full use of it? This workshop will show you how to create impressive meals more easily by making the best use of your kitchenware.
Cost: FREE, but booking essential
Contact: Sparks Yard, 18 Tarrant Street 01903 885588
www.sparksyard.com

Thursday October 20, 2:30 pm
Bird Bites– dream dining for feathered friends
Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust, Mill Road BN18 9PB
Its not just humans who need to eat – our feathered friends enjoy good food too. During this 30 minute talk and demonstration you will learn some simple recipes to make a dream dining table for the birds in your garden.
The Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust is in Mill Road, about 1 mile from the Town centre.
Click here for a map.
Cost: FREE (with paid centre admission – see wwt website for admission charges)
Contact: WWT, 01903 883355
www.wwt.org.uk

Thursday October 20, 7:30pm
Feeding the Kids – how to get it right.
The Book Ferret, 34 High Street
Amanda Ursell is perhaps Britains premier writer on nutrition, and she writes regularly for publications including The Times and the Sun. Her book, ‘The Infant and Toddler Food Bible’ was published in the spring of this year. She will give an evening talk at The Book Ferret on preparing food which children will love to eat.
Cost: £4 includes a complimentary glass of wine
Contact: The Book Ferret, 34 High Street. 01903 885727
www.thebookferret.co.uk

Thursday October 20, 7:30pm
The Sip, Sup and Nibble Town Treasure Hunt
Across Town, ending at Arundel Jail House, Dukes Path, High Street
A fun Treasure Hunt for adults. Tour some of the best bars and pubs in the Town – follow the clues and hunt down and savour the food and drink of Arundel! (Drinks during the hunt are not included). We finish at The Arundel Jailhouse with a complimentary buffet, live music and cash bar (from 9pm). Over 18s only.
Cost: £20. Booking essential
Contact: 07900 984594 or
www.xtra-ordinaryxperiences.co.uk

Last Few Tickets
Thursday October 20, 7:30pm

Dinner Theatre
The Swan Hotel, 27-29 High Street
The Swan Hotel and Drip Action Theatre Company present an evening of food – related comedy (including a performance of Alan Aykbourne’s one-act play ‘Between Mouthfuls’), plus a 3 course dinner featuring a special menu. Booking essential.
Cost: £20 per person, drinks extra
Contact: Swan Hotel 01903 882314
Drip Action: 01903 885250 www.dripaction.co.uk

Friday October 21, 10:30am
Food & Farming on the South Downs
Walk from the Town
An accompanied walk of about 5 miles, no very steep hills, in the company of South Downs National Park Ranger. The walk will explore some the history and current practices and issues in farming in the Arun valley, and includes a Sussex picnic lunch. Places are limited to 25 so book early.
Cost: £15 (to cover the cost of lunch). Booking essential
Booking and payments to: Pallant of Arundel, 01903 882288

Friday October 21, 11am
Meet the Gardener
Arundel Castle
Take a tour of the Castle Organic kitchen garden. The garden was originally conceived by the Duchess in the 70s. The tour, for small groups up to a maximum of 20 people will be led by Martin Duncan, the Head Gardener or Isobel McKinley, the Kitchen Garden Horticulturist.
Cost: £7.50 (max 20 people)
Contact: Arundel Castle 01903 882173
Email: Martin Duncan (Click to open an email window)

Event Sold Out
Friday October 21, 7:30pm

Dinner Theatre
The Swan Hotel, 27-29 High Street
The Swan Hotel and Drip Action Theatre Company present an evening of food – related comedy (including a performance of Alan Aykbourne’s one-act play ‘Between Mouthfuls’), plus a 3 course dinner featuring a special menu. Booking essential.
Cost: £20 per person, drinks extra
Contact: Swan Hotel 01903 882314
Drip Action: 01903 885250 www.dripaction.co.uk

Saturday October 22 (all day)
Family Food Day
Mostly in Tarrant Street Square and Victoria Institute
A programme of family-oriented activities will run throughout the day.
To include:
• Childrens cup-cake workshop
• Craft activities on a food theme
• Cookery demonstrations throughout the day by The Community Chef
• Advice and guidance on eating sustainably from Agenda 21 and Better Tomorrows
• Food Treasure Hunt for all the family (£5) – entry forms from The Book Ferret on the day, 34 High Street
• In-Town wild food forage for younger children £2.

A full programme and more details will appear here soon.

Saturday October 22, 10:30am
Food Scrabble
Osteria, 41 High Street
The regular Scrabble club takes up the Food Festival theme – all the words have to be food related!
Cost: FREE (with prizes!)
Contact: Osteria 01903 882024

Saturday October 22, 10:30am
Gourmet Tour
A unique foodie experience on a Vintage Double Deecker Bus touring some exceptional Sussex producers. Hosted by Hilary Knight, Local Food expert, experience the delights and secrets of the products by learning about production of local food and drinks. Included in the price will be a locally sourced lunch, cookery demonstration, visit to a winery, brewery, grower and a vineyard walk. Tastings galore and opportunities to buy specialist produce with a Sussex Food Quiz on board. (Exact itinerary to be confirmed – more details will appear here soon).
Cost: £50 per person
Booking information: Telephone Hilary Knight on 01444 484852; Mobile 07899 848835; or by email (Click to open an email window)

Sunday October 23, 10am
Wild Food Foraging
‘Somewhere near Arundel’
Another chance to join in a guided foraging expedition followed by hot lunch of foraged finds, cooked over an open fire. This event is being held at Forest Knights distinctive purpose-created woodland study centre, set in a private wood about 3 miles from Arundel. Full details and directions given on booking.
Cost: £22. Booking essential.
Contact: Forest Knights, 07771 540184
www.forestknights.co.uk

Sunday October 23, 2:30 – 4pm
Secrets of a successful allotment
The Allotments, Priory Road, off Ford Road
Visit and meet experienced allotment holders and learn the secrets of growing your own. An ideal chance for those new to growing your own and the more experienced to learn more. Donations requested – just turn up. Entrance through gateway in Priory Road (look for the balloons). Off Ford Road, click here for a map. Further information is available to download here.
Cost: FREE (donations requested)

Sunday October 23, 11am – 4pm
Park Farm Open Day
Park Farm, off A27, 1 mile west of Arundel, BN18 0AG.
Visit Park Farm – home to free-range chickens, South Downs lamb and Sussex cattle and horses. Meet the animals and farmer, James Seller. Donations in aid of Farmers Benevolent Fund. Park Farm is just off the A27 1 mile west of Arundel. Follow signs for A27 Chichester and ON YOUR RIGHT at the top of Hospital Hill alongside Cricket Ground, look out for the Farm signs and driveway. If you get to the White Swan Hotel you’ve gone too far! Click here for a map.
Cost: FREE, donations requested

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