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LOVE LOCAL SOMERSET & BATH SMOKED & UNCUT


15th June 2019 The Pig Hotel, Pensford, Bath


The Smoked & Uncut Festival off ers a tempting line-up of glamping, music and feasting. Set against a backdrop of the rolling Mendip Hills, this is not your average English festival. It’s more glamour than grunge and you can expect a line-up of handpicked classic and contemporary artists and and delicious home-made food. This year, Mark Hix will be dishing up indulgent home-style Indian curry dishes, while Angela Hartnett will be hosting a three-course feasting lunch in the mobile Field Kitchen.


PUB IN THE PARK


21 - 23 June 2019 Royal Victoria Park, Bath


Pub in the Park is a glorious three-day feast of the very best food Bath has to off er. A merry band of top foodie folk will head to the West Country bringing together brilliant food, live music and Michelin- starred chefs all served up in a beautiful park, making for the ultimate pub garden unlike any other. There will be pop-up pubs and restaurants, each serving tasting dishes for you to enjoy, with a line-up that includes the likes of Josh Eggleton's The Pony & Trap and Stephen Terry's The Hardwick - all hosted by celebrity chef, Tom Kerridge.


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