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

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