Saturday 19 October 2013

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Arundel.orgThe 2013 Arundel Food Festival is now over, but we have left these pages live to give a flavour of the type of event that takes place each year.
Work on the 2014 Festival is already underway, and we’d welcome hearing from anyone who would like to be involved as a committee member, event organiser, venue, sponsor or volunteer.
If you would like to get involved, our email address is Please note that we do not allocate stalls for the Arundel Farmers’ Market – their email is

Full details of one-off and special events. For events taking place throughout the Food Festival, click here.


Saturday 19 October, 9am – 1pm
Arundel Farmers’ Market
What better way to kick-start the Food Festival than Arundel’s very own Farmers’ Market? More than 40 stalls, bringing together food and drink suppliers from across West Sussex in a showcase of the fantastic produce to be found in our local area. Look out for tastings at various stalls.
Location: Arundel Town Centre

Please note that Arundel Food Festival does not allocate stalls for the Arundel Farmers’ Market – their email is

Saturday 19 October, 9am – 1pm
Bread Making with The Hungry Guest
Danish-born Master Baker Troels Bendix from The Hungry Guest explains sour-dough and gives practical advice on making your own bread.
Cost: Free
Location: Tarrant Square, Tarrant St

Saturday 19 October, 9am – 1pm
The Sussex Breakfast
Harrie’s Coffee and The Hungry Guest bring you a simple Sussex Breakfast to get your day started – locally supplied Fairtrade coffee, locally made artisan bread and locally made jam!
Location: Tarrant Square, Tarrant St

Saturday 19 October, 9am – 3pm
A Taste of the Past
Arundel Museum celebrates food through the ages, with authentic recipes from Roman times through to the 21st Century for visitors to try. Be amazed by the flavours and then experiment at home.
Cost: Free entry to shop & foyer; Museum entry fee £3 (£2.50 children/concessions)
Location: Arundel Museum, Mill Road

Saturday 19 October, From 10am
Goodwood Cheese & Ale Tasting at Pallant of Arundel
Cost: Free
Location: Pallant of Arundel, Town Sq

Saturday 19 October, 10am – midday
Lulamae’s in a Pickle
Tastings by award-winning Sussex based producer The Loft Pickles & Jams, whose products will also feature in Lulamae’s Food Festival menu.
Cost: Free
Location: Lulamae’s, 13 High Street

Saturday 19 October, From midday
Sussex Gin & Vermouth tasting at Pallant of Arundel
Meet Blackdown Spirits, the original Sussex producer of Gin, Vermouth & other spirits; nestled within the foothills of the Blackdown Hills and surrounded by the beauty of the South Downs National Park, these spirits are handcrafted at Lurgashall Winery using only carefully hand selected ingredients sourced from the surrounding area.
Cost: Free
Location: Pallant of Arundel, Town Sq

Saturday 19 October, 1pm – 3pm
Lulamae meets the Birdman
Meet the farmer from Kirdford ( who produces quails, eggs & poultry, with tastings & free recipes.
Cost: Free
Location: Lulamae’s, 13 High St

Saturday 19 October
Food Festival Fudge Making Fun
Watch Roly’s create their special Fairtrade espresso coffee fudge for the Food Festival, with pourings and demonstrations throughout the weekend (see chalkboard in shop window for timings of fudge pourings). Coffee provided by local coffee roasters and suppliers, Edgcumbes of Ford.
Cost: Free
Location: Roly’s Fudge Pantry, 25 High St

Saturday 19 October
Cheese-Making Workshops at Sage
Don’t miss this opportunity to gain an insight into the bespoke cheese-making workshop; Mandy Nolan offers demonstrations throughout the day and invites you to sample some of the home-made cheeses she teaches in the course.
Cost: Free
Location: Sage, 2 Castle Mews, Tarrant St

Saturday 19 – Sunday 20 October, 9am – 1pm
Discounts on Cookery & Food Related Books at The Book Ferret
15% discount on all cookery and food related books…The Book Ferret challenges you to the find the food connections!
Location: The Book Ferret, 34 High St

Friday 18 – Sunday 20 October, From 11am
The Red Lion Local Beer & Cider Festival
Over 20 local Sussex ales & ciders, including ales from microbreweries such as Arundel Brewery, Dark Star and Downlands. Plus daily menu specials featuring locally-sourced produce. Just turn up!
Location: The Red Lion, Town Sq

Saturday 19 – Sunday 20 October, 10am – 5pm
Guild of Village Craftsmen Craft Show on a Food Theme
The Guild of Village Craftsmen will again be exploring food as their theme at their show of local handmade craft. Refreshments will be available and we will be supporting Macmillan Cancer Support.
Cost: Free
Location: Norfolk Centre, Mill Road

Saturday 19 October, From 10.30am – 2.30pm
Forest Knights Wild Food Foraging
Enjoy a guided walk through the woods searching for tasty edibles to add to your lunch, which will be cooked over an open fire in their woodland camp.
Cost: Free
Contact: 07771 540184,
Location: Binsted Woods

Saturday 19 October, 7pm
St Nicholas Church Food Quiz
Eat, drink and test your knowledge about food; includes an award winning Turners of Bognor Regis Pie for supper.
Cost: £10 on sale from 30th September
Contact: 07771 842323
Location: Cathedral Centre, London Road (Formally St Mary’s Hall)

Friday 18 – Saturday 19 October, 7pm
Wild @ Sage
Last year’s sell-out Wild @ Sage evening returns for a night of foraged foods from woods, hedgerow & beach.
Cost: £30 (booking essential)
Contact: 01903 883477,
Location: Sage, 2 Castle Mews, Tarrant St

Saturday 19 – Sunday 20th October, 7:30pm
The Swan Hotel Presents…Drip Action Theatre
Drip Action Theatre return once again for two evenings, with a special four-course meal that also has comedy sketches on the menu.
Cost: £30
Contact: 01903 882314,
Location: The Swan Hotel, 27-29 High St

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