Wednesday, 1 August 2012

Farmers Market in Wirksworth

Will be held this coming Saturday 4th August
from 9am 'til 2.00pm
at the Memorial Hall and Gardens in Wirksworth. 

Not only will there be food, there will be live music from about 10.30 'til 12.30  
The cafe for the month will be brought to you by the RWANDA trust...

We actively try to make sure there is something for everyone. 
Not only are there rare breed and organic farmers and growers bringing steak duck, pork etc we also expect to have the most extensive range of exotic mushrooms from Derbyshire Mushroom farm, vegetarian pies from Granda Lews and authentic vegetarian Indian samosas, pakoras and curry sauce from a new Derby producer Apna Spice.... Derbyshire Oatcakes, Artisan bread, Cakes, Jams, Free range eggs, Tasty Cheese made in the Ecclesbourne Valley. and . and ... and ..... other stuff

Festivals in Derbyshire in August

10 - 12 August 2012
Bakewell Music Festival
The third year for this eclectic festival with over 40 artists plus good ales, good food, stalls and children's entertainment and FREE camping whilst soaking up the ambience and setting in the Heart of the Peak District. On Bakewell Showground 
15 August 2012
Brampton Potteries Festival

Celebrating the pottery history of Brampton, there are exhibitions of pottery, decorated gardens and a summer fayre.
17-18 August 2012
Bankswood 2012

A family friendly music festival in Bankswood Park, Hadfield near Glossop.
18 August 2012
Barlow Carnival

A family friendly day of entertainment with a variety of things to do. The parade starts at 2pm.
17 - 19 August 2012
Moira Furnace Folk Festival
A firm favourite on the family friendly folk lovers' circuit!
24-26 August 2012
MyChoone Festival
This year's theme is the booking of the country's best tribute bands from the 70s to the present day.
31 August - 2 September
Off the Tracks Summer
Now celebrating its 24th anniversary, Off the Tracks brings you two festivals each year from Castle Donington in the very heart of England.
With great live music, 60 different Real Ales and Ciders, great camping facilities and loads of other things besides, you'll see why Off the Tracks has been named as a top 'Small is beautiful' Festival by the Sunday times!