MK Feast comes home

July 5, 2018 by  

To the delight of foodies, the MK Feast is making its way home this weekend.

The MK Feast will deliver a large amount of food for attendees to sample and enjoy. It is taking place at Bradwell Abbey in Milton Keynes this Sunday. Flyer printing from Milton Keynes can be useful within the leisure sector. Event organiser Franzi Florack told the Milton Keynes Citizen:

“All of our producers come from within half an hour’s drive and we can’t wait to celebrate another very special day. The atmosphere in the abbey is always fantastic and it’s going to be a great festival for the whole family.”

Dr Florack is eager to make people aware of the potential for sustainable food systems. She is pleased that tastes in Milton Keynes are changing.

Lovers of craft beer will have their needs addressed at the event, while street food enthusiasts will be provided with an abundance of choice. Live music should add interest and energy to the occasion. The emphasis of the day will be on the provision of a family-friendly ambience. Children may appreciate activities such as face painting.

The abbey’s courtyard will be employed on the special occasion. Consumers will be able to purchase ice cream and coffee. The farmers market will showcase a variety of local produce. People may be tempted by meat, chocolate, chutney, cakes and honey.

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