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Where, When and More to Find a Fruit Festival or
Vegetable Festival Near You
Scroll down this page for many miscellaneous fruit and
vegetable festivals sorted by country and state Or click on the links
immediately below for listings of specific fruit and vegetable festivals in
Britain, and also the Continent, the United States, Canada, Australia, etc. If we have missed a festival,
Click here for the form to add a festival.
UK fruit and veg festivals
Apple festivals (on a separate page)
Alnwick Garden's Cherry Blossom Festival - 24 and 25 April from 10:00 to 16:00; see their website for dates in other
Denwick Lane, Alnwick, Northumberland, NE66 1YU, Alnwick, UK. Phone: 01665 511350. Email: email@example.com.
here for directions by road, rail and bus. The Alnwick Garden's Cherry Orchard is home to 350 Japanese Taihaku cherry trees, which each spring
blossom with large white blooms known for their beauty. Welcome the blossom and the Northumbrian spring at the Cherry Blossom Festival. There'll be
giant kites flying, and you can fly the kite you made in Easter holiday workshops. The Garden will be decorated with silk banners and paper lanterns
made by visitors, and our Japanese guests will offer workshops origami and calligraphy, as well as an exhibition of Bonsai trees. At 2pm, join an
enchanting parade to the Orchard for the symbolic rite of spring.
- Rhubarb Festivals
Wakefield Festival of Food, Drink and Rhubarb - usually held in late February
Wakefield, England. The annual Wakefield Festival of
Food, Drink and Rhubarb celebrates the traditional links with rhubarb-growing in Wakefield by showcasing the most talented local, regional and
celebrity chefs. Held in our large demonstration marquee on the Cathedral precinct, the 3 day event is an opportunity for chefs to cook with
spectacular local produce alongside our Yorkshire forced rhubarb in ways you never imagined. From sweet to savoury, drinks to chocolate, you will be
sure to find an exciting and new way to cook with rhubarb. Email:
firstname.lastname@example.org. Phone: 01924 305751 / 01924 305026. This year expect to see great tasting food and drink, colourful stalls
selling delicious Yorkshire produce, fun activities for young children and families, lively street entertainment and live cookery demonstrations,
featuring some of the most talented chefs working in the country today. When you arrive in the city during the festival weekend, pop into the
Visitor Information Point inside Wakefield Cathedral or the Customer Information Desk inside the Ridings Shopping Centre to pick up a festival
see this website for more information.
- Strawberry festivals (on a separate page)
Global festivals outside the UK
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