PICTURES: Bolsover Food and Drink Festival a tasty success

Bolsover Food and Drink Festival was a tasty success.

Sunday, 31st July 2016, 2:59 pm
Updated Sunday, 31st July 2016, 4:09 pm
Carmen Milner tucks into a tasty snack.

The popular event, which attracted thousands of visitors, filled the streets with culinary delights over the weekend.

The festival celebrated creators, makers, producers and suppliers from across the region.

It also boasted a wide variety of stalls with traders serving up all kinds of sweet and savoury morsels – alongside a great selection of tasty tipples.

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Zoe Crawley and Tracey Stoddart, of Bolsover's Ooh La La, with a tasty cake.

Meanwhile, former Champneys chef Adam Palmer offered some tasty recipe ideas in the demonstration kitchen with opportunities to sample his creations.

There was also entertainment and activities for all the family – and the weather wasn’t all that bad.

Bolsover Food and Drink Festival has been held for three years now and always proves to be a great, well-attended event.

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Chef Adam Palmer in the demonstration kitchen.
Town crier David Fish.
Rachel Lancaster and Jason Williams, of local producers Jaquest, were celebrating success in the Great Taste Awards.
Thousands of people attended the event.
Zoe Crawley and Tracey Stoddart, of Bolsover's Ooh La La, with a tasty cake.
Chef Adam Palmer in the demonstration kitchen.
Town crier David Fish.
Rachel Lancaster and Jason Williams, of local producers Jaquest, were celebrating success in the Great Taste Awards.
Thousands of people attended the event.