About the Leigh Food Fair and Vintage and Classic Car Show
to be held Saturday 20th July, 2019.
Taste and buy some of the best food and drink on offer from local producers. The Stallholders will include:- Adam’s Tasty Chilli Sauces, Bakeout Café, Choc Ami, Cornish Pasties, Devon Fishcakes, Dorset Blue Viney, Fussels Fine Foods, James’s Cheeses, Lavender Blue Food Company, Liberty Cakes, Meat Free Martha, Oxfords’ Bakery, Reads Coffee Roasters, Percy’s Bakery, Purbeck Icecream, Simply Sprinkle, Somerset Cider Brandy Co., Somerset Charcuterie, Sopley Salads, Unusual Pork Pie Co., White Post Gate Honey, Wraxall Wines, Wyld Meadow Farm, and Yarty Cordials. A variety of interesting Vintage/Classic cars & motorbikes will be on display. Barbecued Hamburgers & Sausages, Refreshments, Ice cream, Beer and Cider will be here! Entertainment includes children’s activities. This is proving to be a very successful show, AND will, of course, be in our amazing Village Hall. Please spread the word to your friends and relations - it really is a day NOT to be missed. Proceeds go to Leigh Village Hall, Hidden Needs Trust, St Andrew’s Church, Leigh and other charities. Entrance £2, Under 15 Free.
Sat Nav Longitude and Latitude Co-ordinates:
-2.538465 (LONG) // 50.874916 (LAT)
Get in touch
To double check the event is taking place before setting off (advisable) or for further information please contact the organisers not us! on the contact details below.
Leigh Food Fair and Vintage and Classic Car Show Contact Details
- Contact Name: Elizabeth Turnbull
- Organisation: Leigh Village Hall
- Address: Leigh Village Hall, Leigh, nr Sherborne
- Postcode: DT9 6HW
- Phone: 01935 87 3846
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