I must say that even though the weather was cold, windy with some rain it did not deter people from going and having a walk around. All very good stalls with a super selection of goods to buy. Plus you could sit to eat and drink while listening to the live music.
These curry mixes were delicious and four for £10 I thought was ok, they taste so authentic so I am looking forward to trying them but need to get some yoghurt before I start. Lovely man selling them and getting everyone to taste the sauces.
I love the taste of coffee so I had to indulge in the coffee fudge and the coffee vodka, I think that is my favourite drink now.
The glass pieces were so pretty, I bought a small one to hang in my bedroom window as the sun shines through there so it is going to look lovely and sparkly.
You can even do a class to learn how to do this, the many colours and designs are amazing. I wouldn’t mind having a go at this when we recover from the pandemic.
Debby had a very novel idea! Manning the beer tent while selling her book, which is a must-read as it is really good. My review is on my page.
Paul was doing well selling his books which are for children ten and above I would think. Paul very kindly gave me this one to read and review so look out for that.
I was super lucky to get one of Jo’s books as I have just finished hers and reviewed it, I cannot wait to get stuck into this one.
You have to stop by the cake/dessert tent, everything on here is delicious. I treated myself to a huge fudge muffin! The cookie dough looked tempting, everything looked so yummy.
The festival is on until 6 pm tonight so if you have not been yet then pop on down and support them all, many are local people. It is probably the last one of the year anywhere due to corona. I loved it and well done all the stall holders.