A salute to fantastic foodie friends

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The three-day Aylsham Food Festival bounced back to its traditional calendar slot in October after a two-year Covid-induced absence. And it was a celebration of the community fellowship that saw the town come together to help those in need during … Continued

Festival showcase for hit musical

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An amazing technicolour curtain-raiser will launch this year’s Aylsham Food Festival. In an exclusive preview of their Christmas Show, students from Aylsham High School will entertain up to 100 guests at the 15th Festival Dinner with songs from the hit … Continued

Now we’re cooking

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Young cooks and aspiring chefs have come to the rescue of this year’s Aylsham Food Festival. Thanks to the catering students at Aylsham High School, the 15th Aylsham Food Festival will go ahead at its traditional time, the first weekend … Continued

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Slow Food Aylsham has its own lottery page – a new and fun way to raise much needed funds for the group, and a chance for supporters to win £25,000. Patrick Prekopp, chair of Slow Food Aylsham, said: “Over the … Continued

Book sale profits go to Food Bank

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A cheque for £227 was handed to Aylsham Food Bank volunteers from proceeds of the sale of Slow Food Aylsham’s recipe book Canny Cooking. Colin Graham, lead volunteer at Aylsham parish church, along with volunteer Pam Smith and Tim Morton, … Continued

Help for food and drink trade

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Rise! A recovery conference for food and drink producers – Wednesday 23 September, 2-4.30pm on Zoom Norfolk County Council, in partnership with Tech East, New Anglia LEP, Norfolk Chambers of Commerce and Local Flavours are delighted to announce a virtual … Continued

Mo put the kettle on, and we all had tea

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It was the first face-to-face meeting since March – and members of Slow Food Aylsham celebrated in true foodie style with afternoon tea. Held in cottage garden under a warm and sunny Norfolk sky and overlooking a freshly-harvested wheat field, … Continued

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