Nourish Festival is set in the heart of Bovey Tracey. A day of events designed to feed the body, the mind and the senses, filling the town with
Festival is set in the heart of
Bovey Tracey. A day of events designed to feed the body, the mind and the
senses, filling the town with some of the best producers of food, drink and
craft from the south west on Saturday September 10th.
Over 60 food and drink stands line the length of Fore Street
offering producers and street food flavours from around the world. Our Devon
Street Food Awards at Nourish Festival in association with Devon Life celebrate
the very best of Street Food in Devon, featuring an eclectic, exciting and
above all delicious mix of street food.
Eat your way to the top of Fore Street
and to The Nourish Gin Festival. As well as the opportunity to try a variety
of gins from the south west you can meet the producers of these artisan gins
and gather with us to enjoy your favourite tipple.
Nourish Contemporary Craft Fair is hosted in the Methodist Church Hall,
showcasing beautiful handmade craft from across the south west. Meet and buy
from these exceptional makers from across the south west presenting an
inspirational selection of jewellery, pottery, glass, textiles and wood.
Drop in Children’s Activities: Bovey Tracey based craft
company, Pom Stitch Tassel will be popping up in the Youth Cafe on
Fore Street keeping children and families entertained with their fun and
creative pom pom workshops. Suitable for ages 4 Come along and make a
pom pom crab with us between 10am – 4pm on Saturday 10th September, £2.50
Music programme is an outstanding line-up of world-class musicians, set in
the intimate surroundings of St Peter, St Paul and St Thomas Church and The
Baptist Chapel. Featuring Tenebrae Choir and Jazz vocalist Sara Dowling.
The Food & Craft Fairs are FREE, music concerts ticketed.
Please see www.nourishfestival.org
Parking Town Carparks fees apply or Free parking provided in Mill
Marsh Park. Follow AA signs
(Saturday) 10:00 am - 5:00 pm