This June, if you’re looking for a food experience, head to one of these seafood festivals across the country and sample some fish and shellfish dishes.
Food Fest 1 June. The Food Fest will be bringing you the best of what Kent has to offer from its local farmers markets, breweries, vineyards and local producers of fine foods.
Taste of Grampian 1 June . Seafood is a part of Scottish culture; you will see marquees dedicated to the very best of fresh seafood. All sorts of seafood lined up for you to see touch and taste. Every year this food festival exhibits the very best of Scottish culinary fare, it’s jam-packed with everything from celebrity chefs to Brewfest.
Accrington Food Festival 1 June. A buzzing happy food festival with an enormous variety of foods both local and from further afield.
Highcliffe Food and Arts Festival 1-2 June. The event is the largest to be held in Highcliffe and will be just one of the many activities planned for the village over the coming year. There will be cookery demonstrations featuring leading TV chef and celebrity food writer Rosemary Shrager, together with many of our local celebrity chefs.
Magic of Thailand 1-2 June. A two-day Thai Festival to experience the taste of Thailand this summer at Warwick Racecourse is brought to you by Magic of Thailand.
The Foodies Festival 7-9 June. The UK’s biggest food festival is stopping in Southampton for 3 days of foodie fun. The event will be packed full of the best food and drink, live music, food masterclasses and workshops and much more.
Summer Matlock Food & Drink Festival 8-9 June. With a wide range of locally sourced food and drink there will be something for everyone.
8 June Macclesfield Food Festival. A sustainable eco-friendly event, this great family festival is not to be missed. Celebrity Chef Nigel Brown will be giving food demonstrations.
12-23 June Bristol Food Connections. For ten days in June, Bristol shines a light on what makes its unique food culture that Bristol owns so proudly. Bringing together residents, visitors, producers, consumers, businesses, families, chefs, charities, schools, brewers, etc.
12-16 June London Seafood Festival. Returns to Battersea Power Station for five days of seafood fun to delight the “sole”.
14-16 June Pembrokshire Street Food Festival. As a completely free and family friendly event this is something you don’t want to miss out on if you love sampling quality food and drink in the sun.
Great British Food Festival 15-16 June Grimsthorpe Castle 22-23 June Margam Park 29-30 June Englefield House. More than ‘just another food festival’, it combines the nation’s love of great food and drink with some of the country’s most treasured locations, providing a unique opportunity to explore new flavours and beautiful venues, all at the same time!
22-23 June Magic of Thailand. Treat yourself to a weekend wonder and bring along your families and friends to feel a touch of Thai culture, where you can challenge your taste buds and feast your eyes on world class food and performances.
24-29 June Skye Food and Drink Festival. This is a celebration of food and drink from across the Isle of Skye and the surrounding regions, showcasing the stunning variety and premium quality of food and drink grown, produced and served on Skye.
29-30 June Shrewsbury Food Festival. Food, drink and craft exhibitors as well as cookery demonstrations, a chef school, a free kids entertainment, a BBQ stage and tons more!