PICTURES: Food-lovers flock to festival

PUBLISHED: 12:28 27 May 2018 | UPDATED: 16:46 27 May 2018

Sarah and Sheila Topps.

Sarah and Sheila Topps.

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The streets were packed in Burnham-on-Sea yesterday (Saturday) for the latest food festival.

Songs were sung at Eat: Burnham.Songs were sung at Eat: Burnham.

Eat: Burnham returned and saw food-lovers treated to a wonderful array of nibbles and produce to taste.

Kyrah Lishman of Lishkins Preserves.Kyrah Lishman of Lishkins Preserves.

The event, which is run by the same organisers as Eat: Weston, proved to be a fine success despite the atypical wet bank holiday weather.

Juliet and Andy Hayes.Juliet and Andy Hayes.

James Cummings of Fenny Castle Vineyard.James Cummings of Fenny Castle Vineyard.

The Eat: Burnham team said they had lots of positive feedback from the day.

Graeme Wallace of Wallace's Farm.Graeme Wallace of Wallace's Farm.

Demonstrations were held at Eat: Burnham.Demonstrations were held at Eat: Burnham.

Demonstrations were held at Eat: Burnham.Demonstrations were held at Eat: Burnham.

Demonstrations were held at Eat: Burnham.Demonstrations were held at Eat: Burnham.

Gemma Lewis of Dark Matters with some tasty brownies on show.Gemma Lewis of Dark Matters with some tasty brownies on show.

Music at the festival.Music at the festival.

White Lake's Mike Leech and Becky Wreford at the Eat: Burnham festival.White Lake's Mike Leech and Becky Wreford at the Eat: Burnham festival.

Stefano's stall.Stefano's stall.

Teilo French and Rosie Gilbert.Teilo French and Rosie Gilbert.

Clive Church and Bart Keniuk serving up a treat in Burnham-on-Sea.Clive Church and Bart Keniuk serving up a treat in Burnham-on-Sea.

* For a full write-up, see Thursday’s Weston Mercury.


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