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TOURS AT MILES TEA & COFFEE


Following the success of roastery tours last year, the family business has decided to run monthly tours at the historic Roastery building in Porlock. Miles has over 120 years experience in the tea and coff ee industry and a preview behind the scenes is a must for any hot beverage lover.


On the last T ursday of every month (with the exception of December) tours will include a


coff ee tasting, a free pack of coff ee, a talk with Mitch the Head Roaster and you will learn about the roasting process and the history of Miles. To book your place email sam.burton@djmiles.co.uk For more information; www.djmiles.co.uk


Local Food, Farmers


& Producers 3 June - 3 December 2017


Somerset’s food and farming heritage is celebrated in a new exhibition by local artist Kate Lynch. T e exhibition marks the reopening of the Somerset Rural Life Museum in Glastonbury and runs from 3 June to 3 December. T e exhibition, called ‘FARM’, includes


more than 40 paintings and drawings made on 19 farms, mostly in central Somerset. T e pictures are the result of two years of visits to historic Somerset farms where Kate shadowed herdsmen, sheep and pig farmers, apple growers, cheese and cider makers, and growers of willow and wheat. ‘FARM’ is the fi rst temporary exhibition


to be held at the museum following its £2.4 million refurbishment, led by the South West Heritage Trust. Tom Mayberry, Chief Executive of the


CULLOMPTON AUTUMN FRUITS FESTIVAL 14 October 2017


As the oldest farmers’ market in the South West, Cullompton Farmers’ Market will be proudly hosting the Autumn Fruits Festival next month. T e Cullompton Autumn Fruits Festival


on Saturday 14 October brings together not only all of the Cullompton Farmers’ Market regulars, but also a country fayre, additional artisan stalls, entertainment, and chef demonstrations from Lewis Holdsworth and Jody Spencer throughout the town.


6 | THE WEST COUNTRY FOODLOVER T e festival runs between 10am and 3pm


on Cullompton High Street and free parking is available in St Andrew’s car park.


❤ For all readers of FOODLOVER magazine, Cullompton Autumn Fruits Festival is off ering a free bag. Make yourself known at the Farmers’ market tombola stall.


Further details can be found at www.cullomptonfarmersmarket.com & www.cullomptontowncouncil.gov.uk.


South West Heritage Trust, said: “T e artworks and the book provide an important record of how, within the span of living memory, Somerset farming has been transformed fundamentally. It is fi tting that ‘FARM’ will be the fi rst exhibition at the newly-opened museum.”


28 September Talk on FARM and other Documentary Projects by Kate Lynch To book call Somerset Rural Life Museum; 01458 831197


Celebration of


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