Alnmouth Food Festival will be Sunday, 7th April 2019 from 10 am – 4 pm. Now in its 3rd year, the festival showcases some fantastic local producers from Northumberland and from further afield.

At the centre of the festival is the historic Hindmarsh Hall, which hosts several other events throughout the year including the Alnmouth Arts Festival, Wool Fair and Volcano Night.

Last year’s event was topped off with some spectacular weather, which was perfect for exploring the beautiful coastal village. Get yourself along on Sunday, with proceeds going towards the upkeep of the hall and village events.

Outside stalls at food festival
A beautiful day at Alnmouth Food Fest

Producers at the Food Festival

These local producers will be attending this year’s Food Festival include:

The Chirnell’s Farmhouse Kitchen

From Thropton, with their well-known range of bread, cakes, scones, and biscuits.

North Chocolates

Award-winning gourmet chocolate bars

Screaming Chimp

Make a range of home-made chilli sauces

Bread & Roses

Local artisan bread bakers, supplying many local shops and restaurants. Andrew Smith has also recently become an ambassador for the Real Bread Campaign!

Artisan bread
Speciality homemade loaves from Bread & Roses

The Proof of the Pudding

Based on a farm near Alnwick, they create a delicious variety of traditional home-made baked and steamed puddings

Homemade, traditional-style puddings stall.
Susan Green with her delicious puddings

Greenbrae

Based high in the beautiful Coquet valley near Alwinton, they offer beef from traditionally-reared Aberdeen Angus and Beef Shorthorn cattle, pork from rare-breed pigs, with lamb and mutton from the sheep of their flock.

Heatherslaw Cornmill Trust

A historic water-powered mill in North Northumberland and offer flour for bread and cake making, mueslis and oat products

An old working flour mill
Inside Heatherslaw Mill

The Fruit Kitchen

Make fruit liqueurs, based on gins, whiskies, brandies and vodkas, all handmade in Alnwick

Olive Tree

Offers a variety of Mediterranean cold vegetarian and vegan food: mainly olives, sundried tomato, garlic, feta cheese, pickles, chillies, vine leaves, peppers, cashew nuts, olive oil, Baklava, Greek honey, and Turkish delight.

The Nut Roaster

Produces a range of pure nut butter flavours including almond, cashew, hazel, and peanut

Mivesi

Based in Alnwick, will be offering authentic Bangladeshi street food from their stall adjacent to the Hindmarsh Hall

Indian-style street food stall
Ultimate street food by Mivesi

Boulevard

Offers a variety of smoked products: salt, peppercorns, olive oils and dried mushrooms

The Northumbrian Smokehouse

Offers oaked-smoked cheeses, chicken and black pudding, together with nuts, seeds and pates, chilli relish, meat rubs and spices

The Northumbrian Bakehouse

The Northumbrian Bakehouse stall
The Northumbrian Bakehouse at Alnmouth Food Fest

Makers of handmade biscuits

Kitty’s Homemade Ginger Wine

A producer of homemade, non-alcoholic, ginger wine

Kitty's Ginger Wine and glass
Try Kitty’s Ginger Wine

The Mad Jam Woman

With her award-winning homemade preserves, relishes, marmalades, and dips.

The Mad Jam Woman's stall
Expect to see local markets favourite, The Mad Jam Woman with her range of jams, marmalades, hot sauces and pickles.

Earth and Fire

Wood-fired oven pizza, located just outside the hall, will be making hand-made pizza and garlic bread

Hadrian’s Game Larder

From Hexham, have game products including game pies and sausage rolls, venison burgers, pheasant sausages, and game-based scotch eggs.

Game-based meat stall at market
Discover tasty game options from Hadrian’s Game Larder

The North Shore Coffee

Offers coffee and hot drinks from their stall adjacent to the Hall, as well as bagged coffee and homebrew equipment.

The Brownie Bar

Discover chocolate brownies and blondies in a wide range of flavours.

The Northumberland Sausage Company

From Wark near Hexham offers pork shoulder sausages in a variety of exciting flavours

Support Local

Indoor market
Inside Hindmarsh Hall

Visit Alnmouth this weekend and soak up the delights of this beautiful coastal village and make the most of seeing some top artisanal food and drink producers from across Northumberland.

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