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Local Events

A whole week of foodie fun in & around town…

There’s much more to the festival than three days of foodie fun on Westbridge Park – there are 10 days of fabulous foodie fun in and around town in the run-up to the ‘big weekend’, with our fantastic local traders putting on their own events and special offers…

SPECIAL EVENTS, OFFERS AND DISCOUNTS

All week

Stone’s pubs, restaurants, bars and local shops have once again got into the festival spirit with a range of special menus, themed events and offers to tempt you into town throughout the festival week.

View the full programme and plan your week to support local businesses in our wonderful town.

AN AUDIENCE WITH MATT DAVIES

Wednesday, 29th September

Godfather of the Staffordshire cookery scene, Matt Davies, shares anecdotes from this fascinating career in an evening will be hosted by Daren Bach.

All proceeds will be donated to hospitality action. Tickets are £5 per person and are available to buy online

WHARFSTOCK

A night of fantastic live music at Westbridge Park

Thursday 30th September, doors open at 6pm, with the first band on stage at 6.30.

The Joule’s Brewery festival bar will be open. Delicious food will be available. Three brilliant bands will be taking to the big stage; Vinyl Overdrive, Hairy Eyeball and The Lack of Commitments.

All proceeds from the event will help the Crown Wharf Theatre charity get one step closer to opening the doors to our very own theatre in Stone.

Click here to buy tickets

FARMERS’ MARKET

Sat 2nd Oct 2021

Visit the High Street on festival Saturday to fill your larder with the county’s finest produce, straight from farm to fork!

9am – 3pm. Free entry.

FORAGING RAMBLE

Sun 3rd October 2021, 10am
Westbridge Park (meet by entrance to festival)

Join Wild Pickle’s Emma Cronin for a stroll around the park to discover what natural foodstuffs are there for the taking.

£10pp – cash on arrival; does not include access to main event.
Maximum group size of 20 on a first come, first served basis.
10% of proceeds will be donated to Stone Community Hub.

Food and Drink History Trail

Tuesday 28th September

Starts at the Crown Wharf, 6.45pm

All proceeds to Stone Historical Society

Click here to buy tickets

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