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Dartmouth Food Festival 2018 Merchandise

We are thrilled to reveal our brand new range of Dartmouth Food Festival 2018 merchandise, available to buy now!

This year’s must-have accessories include top quality cotton tea towels (£6 each or £10 for 2), chef’s aprons (£10) and premium jute bags (£6 each or £10 for 2) all featuring a new iconic design created especially for the Festival by well loved, local artist and illustrator Simon Drew.


Speaking about his design, Simon said:
“I was glad to be asked to design something for the Dartmouth Food Festival, one of the high points of the year for the town.
I wanted to include eggs and wine as the two most important foods and I hope people will want to keep a bag, or an apron or a tea towel to remember this great festival.”



Why not stockpile a few of each and you’ll have a ready supply of original Christmas presents to hand come December!

Festivals can be thirsty work so stay hydrated on the go with our re-usable steel-spun water bottles (£5 each or £8 for 2). The perfect size to fit into a handbag or ‘manbag’ (or your very own fabulous Festival jute bag!) these eco-friendly bottles are super lightweight, look great and can be refilled for free at water refill stations around the Festival site.

For hydration at home, Festival fans will love our "I’d rather be at the Dartmouth Food Festival" mugs (£5 each or £8 for 2).

New this year, our wooden cheese / chopping boards (£17) have been handmade locally by LandWorks, a work-based training charity that provides a supported route back into the community for current and ex-prisoners. Branded with the Dartmouth Food Festival logo, these chunky wooden boards are works of art that will look classy in any kitchen. 

Buy now!

All these items will be available to buy at the Festival (18 - 20 October 2019) but why wait til then? Beat the queues and buy yours now!
Contact Jane Williams by email at: newoutlook@hotmail.co.uk  or telephone her on: 07774 245196

Don’t forget, all proceeds from your purchases help towards the cost of organising the Dartmouth Food Festival.

Thank you for your support!