About

We are a small voluntary committee of people who love food and community.

From 2009 to 2019 we ran the annual Hungerford Food Festival celebrating local food producers and artisans in Hungerford Town Hall and High Street. In 2013 we were delighted to come joint third in The Telegraph’s national Bring Home the Harvest competition.

In response to the first Covid lockdown in 2020 we launched monthly outdoor food & artisan markets with the support of the Good Exchange at The Croft Field Project (between St Lawrence’s Chuch and Hungerford Nursery School). These proved popular and will be continued.

We also run cookery projects in the Hungerford community and work closely with Hungerford Environmental Action Team.

Here are some memories from previous years:

Hungerford Food Festival 2014

Secret Pizza Society wide crop

Pumpkin 2Sheepdrove Marsden's Fudge Audley Inglewood crop

Slow Food table  Chilli Pepper Plants

Mrs Bs

Aston's Bakery
  Live crayfish crop musicians

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Hungerford Food Festival 2013

inside hall by Tony Bartlett

outside banner2013-09-29 12.27.55Adam Quinn buskerCaviste wine tastingfacepaintingGert Piennar DemoKay at competition tableLFHW chef & Doves flourmarrowsMatt Henson Mozzarella demoNick Lumley in tutu pinny crop  outside audience 2outside audience  Saddleback FarmshopStyan veg stall

Hungerford Food Festival 2012

Banner1  outside stalls  whole hall Tutts Clump  Ramsbury Fudge  Raffle table  Anna Strike demo  Anna Strike demo 2  Sheepdrove  Stainswick Rapeseed Oil  Cat demo  Graham demo c_up  Twinning stall 2  Rachael & Claire judging 2  Jane & courgettes  salted beans c_up  HEAT stall  Marlborough Mushrooms cooking  HAHA veg 2  Veg Sculpt - Steve the spider  Chris Allen at Lathe  Information point

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