Banging day for bangers

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Aylsham entertained more than 3,000 visitors at its first “sausage festival” as butchers, breeders and producers from as far as Cornwall and Lincoln came to celebrate the humble banger. The Big Norfolk Sausage Bash took over the Market Place and … Continued

Jill and Prue meet again after 20 years

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Aylsham resident and long-standing member of Slow Food Aylsham, Jill Willis was at Blickling Hall at the end of April, attending a book launch by Prue Leith, ‘Bake Off’ celebrity, businesswoman and author. Jill was particularly keen to attend as … Continued

Showtime for Slow time

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Aylsham turned up in its best bib and tucker for the 14th annual Food Festival presented by Slow Food Aylsham. The three-day showcase festival attracted hundreds to Slow Food’s traditional celebration of all that is good about local fare, supported, … Continued

There goes the ciderman

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Scores of cider fans converged on Aylsham Town Hall (28 September) to watch local cidermaker David Warren, his wife Jenny and daughter Rosie put on a demonstration, display and tasting of home-grown cider as well as their own cider vinegar, … Continued

And the potato quiz winner is . . .

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Congratulations Mr Chris Roberts from Olney, Bucks, who correctly identified the non-potato vegetables in our Potato Family Quiz. A family ticket for the Aylsham Food Festival Big Slow Brunch on 7 October is on it’s way. Eighty three people who … Continued

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