Friday 28 September
A festival ‘taster’ – Rosie with cider. An evening with Rosie Warren and her dad David from Aylsham on the art of cider-making (using a cider press) accompanied by folk musician and cartoonist, Tony Hall on the melodeon with some traditional cider songs. Bring your own apples and sample fresh apple juice, David’s home-made scrumpy, or buy from the barrel. Starts 6.30pm. Tickets £1 at the door.
Friday 5 October, 8.30am to midday
Aylsham Country Market – sample a wide range of home-baked, home-grown and home-made products in the town hall. Free entry.
Friday 5 October, 6.30 for 7pm
An Evening with Richard Hughes – Renowned chef and proprietor of The Assembly House and the Richard Hughes Cookery School will talk about his 40 years in the business. The evening starts at 6.30 for 7pm and includes a supper of beef and ale pie or a vegetarian option prepared, cooked and served by students at the High School. There will be a licensed bar.
Tickets at £15pp from Barnwells Newsagents, Aylsham Market Place or call 07519 361812
Saturday 6 October, 8.30am to 1pm
Farmers Market in the Market Place, featuring music from the Banana Ukulele Band – a walkabout, musical act – and regulars One Foot In The Groove as well as festival favourite, chef Derrol Waller, who will give a cookery demonstration. And pop in to the town hall where there are more fun things to do.
Saturday 6 October, 7pm
Wine tasting with choice cheeses at Aylsham Heritage Centre. Book early to avoid disappointment. Tickets £17 per head from the Heritage Centre.
Sunday 7 October, 10.30am to 1pm
The Big Slow Brunch. Members of Slow Food Aylsham will cook up brunch for up to 100 diners in the town hall. Get the ‘Full English’ or go Continental and be entertained by magician and children’s entertainer Robbie James – perfect for all ages. Tickets £7 per person from Barnwells Newsagents in the Market Place.
All tickets available at Barnwells Newsagents in the Market Place or phone 07519 361812.