The 2012 Derbyshire Food Fair needs your dough

Food and drink businesses are being encouraged to take up a stall at one of Derbyshire’s leading culinary events. The 2012 Derbyshire Food Fair, organised by Derbyshire County Council, is being held in the grounds of Hardwick Hall on Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th May, 2012.

The annual event attracts around 10,000 visitors and gives local producers and suppliers the opportunity to promote their goods and highlight their businesses to local people and tourists.

Over 100 stalls will showcase the best of Derbyshire produce as well as exotic foods from further afield.

And the county council is seeking sponsors for the event.

The main role of title sponsor is available, together with opportunities as contributing sponsors, and sponsor of the cooking theatre – where TV chef Simon Rimmer will join top local cooks to stage demonstrations.

 

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