A – Z of Exhibitors

  • Comeback Clitheroe Food Festival to Tackle Carbon Footprint

    The best way to reduce your carbon footprint is to eat locally-produced food – that’s the message from the comeback Clitheroe Food Festival. The multi-award-winning festival makes a welcome return on Saturday, July 30, after a three-year break due to the pandemic. The festival attracts thousands of food enthusiasts seeking the best Lancashire produce to Clitheroe town centre and organiser Ribble Valley Borough Council, which has been championing local food for over a decade, is giving this year’s event a green boost. Single-use plastics have been banned at the festival and exhibitors have been asked for assurances that their produce

  • Save the Date as Top Food Festival Makes Welcome Return

    Calling all food enthusiasts – save the date for the Clitheroe Food Festival, which makes a welcome return on Saturday, 30 July. The annual event, organised by Ribble Valley Borough Council, attracts thousands of food enthusiasts seeking the best Lancashire produce to Clitheroe town centre. This year’s festival is the first since 2019, after a three-year break due to the pandemic. And this year’s event will be back with a bang, featuring quality food and drink from around 100 exhibitors, a feast of family-friendly fun and a dollop of street entertainment. A huge array of foods, from wild game and

  • Singletons Cheese

    We combine traditional handcrafted techniques, tried and tested over generations to create delicious artisanal British cheese. All our milk come from five farms all within in the Forest of Bowland and we have named our cheeses after local features. 4 varieties we will be selling on the day, all are applicable and strongly linked to the local area: Beacon Fell PDO Forest of Bowland Cheddar Parlick Fell Grannies Lancashire.

  • The Bee Centre

    We keep bees for their benefit and that of the environment. We work to enhance the dwindling population of native and near native honey bees in Britain. Our main focus is not the commercial production of honey.

  • Troy Greek Street Food

    Authentic Greek St Food, Gyros, Souvlaki, Haloumi Pitta, Haloumi Fries Greek Salad, Tzatiki and Pitta.

  • Bowland Chocolate Company

    Bowland Chocolate creates beautiful chocolates in the heart of Slaidburn within the Forest of Bowland. As a small independent chocolate company, we produce chocolates for gifts and events all made with the highest quality ingredients.  

  • Brindle Distillery

    Our handcrafted, signature gin is infused with sustainably and ethically sourced botanicals including juniper, coriander, grapefruit peel, orange peel, oats, almonds, cardamom, chamomile and cinnamon which give our original gin it’s unique taste. Cuckoo is a complex gin with a smooth mouth feel to aid those who like to sip. After a slightly sweet, piney juniper start, the flavour develops into citrus from orange, grapefruit and lemon with a lingering taste of cinnamon spice and liquorice. Dry on the finish with a peppery kick from coriander seeds. Kick off your wellies, sit back and enjoy.

  • Country Crepes

    Country Crepes Colin Darlington has supported the food festival since day one with his delicious french style pancakes to make our Rivesaltes twin townsfolk proud.  Made using free range eggs from local Farmers Richard Thornber at Slaidburn. Never one to shy away from serving a good sprinkling of sugar and lemon with his pancakes or a thick dollop of cream with fruit, Colin’s pancakes are all made to order and are thin and delicious.

  • Cowmans Butchers Clitheroe

    Cowmans Butchers Cowmans are famous for their huge sausage offer at their shop on Church Street. With well over 60 varieties as well as their normal offer of succulent meats and poultry, the team will no doubt be inundated again both on their stand and within their shop on festival day.  Sourcing locally and for quality has always been Cowmans remit, so be sure to visit early and take full advantage of some superb offers and selections.  

  • Cunliffe Hog Roast and Farm Shop

    Cunliffe Hog Roast and Belmont Farm Shop With over 50 years of family farming, Cunliffe Hog Roast and Catering truly believe in delivering quality, mouth-watering homemade and locally sourced food. So local in fact, they use their very own outdoor reared pigs for Hog Roasts and many other ingredients from our chicken and dairy farms in the Ribble Valley.  Lora and her team will be spinning their hog roast on the street this year, where you can fill up on a deliciously tasty home reared piggy butty!  

  • Goosnargh Gin Ltd

    Goosnargh Gin is lovingly crafted by Richard and Rachel Trenchard and is based at the foot of Beacon Fell, on the edge of the Forest of Bowland AONB, in the parish of Goosnargh, Lancashire. Their gins are distilled in small batches by hand, using a traditional copper alembic still. The recipes are developed using their baby still, Constance. Once we have the blend of our organic botanicals absolutely right, their larger still, Beatrice, then works her magic distilling our handcrafted, small batch gin ready for bottling and hand labelling. All bottles are hand finished including handwritten details such as the

  • Haloumination

    Serving delicious halloumi fries at a market near you! Keep posted for updates on where we’ll be next and come along to taste cheesy heaven.

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