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Comber Earlies Food Festival

St Mary's Car Park, Comber Square, Comber, County Down, BT23 5DT
Fork digging up fresh Comber Earlies potatoes from the earth

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As part of Taste Summer in Ards and North Down, which is running over two weeks 18 June to 3 July, Ards and North Down are delighted for the much-anticipated return of the Comber Earlies Food Festival on Saturday 25 June.

Be prepared to enjoy a wealth of artisan food and drink stalls, celebrity chef demos and tastings, music and lots more foodie favourites at this free family event.

This event will feature up to 40 food stalls in St. Mary’s Car Park, Comber Square, with local artisan producers, artisan bar, plus celebrity chef demonstrations by Theo Randall and local favourites such as Jim Crawford from No14 at the Georgian House showcasing the famous Comber Early potato.

Music from Brass bands will add to the festival atmosphere; there’ll be plenty of fun to be had from the children's entertainment and the vintage tractor display is always popular.

Don't miss the Comber Earlies Festival Spud Tour on Friday 24 June (tickets must be pre-booked) and Festival Picnic on Sunday 26 June.

For more details visit Free Event - Comber Earlies Food Festival - Ards & North Down (visitardsandnorthdown.com)

 

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