Dartmouth Food Festival 2022 Merchandise

Simon Drew’s design last year was such a success we have decided to run it again this year but have added some exciting new products to the range.

You will still be able to purchase your favourites including our popular Tea Towels, double oven gloves, jute shopper bags, bone china mugs and candles to name but a few but have included some new products.

First time ever we have decided to showcase a sustainable FSC hardwood frame deckchair with a 10oz cotton canvas sling in two desirable shades of blue, elegant navy or our Food Festival branded turquoise both with our Dartmouth Food Festival logo on the canvas.  Extremely stylish for any conservatory, decking area or for just spending lazy afternoons reading your favourite book.

We have two new eco-friendly 100% biodegradable jute bags to add to the collection both practical and affordable printed with Simon’s design on.

The first is a six bottle wine carrier in natural jute with strong padded handles complete with dividers inside to carry either standard wine or champagne bottles.

The second is a very sturdy, strong and practical beer bottle/can carrier in natural and navy with removable inserts to separate and protect up to six beer bottles or cans each up to 500mls.  Ideal for the beach, picnics, bbq’s, parties etc.

Also new to the collection are bamboo rectangular serving trays sold either as a set or individually, all with Simon Drew’s Food Festival design on the front of each tray.

We will be auctioning on the merchandise stand a framed original piece of artwork from another of our extremely talented local artists, Paul Barclay, so do come and view his detailed and imaginative work and make a bid.

I am sure the above will wet your appetite so please have a look at the website for prices and come and visit us on the Merchandise stand next to Salcombe Gin in the embankment tent where you will receive a warm welcome from our team.


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