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Three-day food and drink festival comes to Deal Castle, plus one at Tonbridge Castle and a vegan festival


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Artisan groceries, street foods and arts and crafts will all feature in this week's free Deal Food & Drink Festival.

The festival, organised by Zoom Events, will return to Deal Castle for three days this week.

The Deal Food & Drink Festival is back for 2021
The Deal Food & Drink Festival is back for 2021

Running from Friday, September 3 to Sunday, September 5, it returns after being scaled down to a late summer market in 2020 due to the pandemic.

Set on the promenade, the street food selection includes souvlaki, fajitas, burritos, churros, Ethiopian style barbecue chicken, smoked meats, arepas, crepes and oriental dishes.

There will be food to suit all tastes at the festival from Zoom Events
There will be food to suit all tastes at the festival from Zoom Events

Live music to listen to while you browse and eat will include Rudy Warman and The Heavy Weather, Katie Bradley & David Ferra, Harripaul, Ian Fox, Rhythm Shack and Acoustix. There will also be children's rides.

It will be open from noon to 7pm on the Friday; 10am to 7pm on the Saturday and 11am to 5pm on the Sunday.

To find out more click here.

The foodie fun will also come to Tonbridge Castle where there will be a Food and Drink Festival on Saturday, September 4 and Sunday, September 5. To find out more go to tonbridge-ourtown.org.uk

And the Maidstone Vegan Festival is also back at Union Street Methodist Church from 10am to 5pm on Saturday, September 4, with food, drink, health and beauty, gifts, charities and live music. Find out more here.

For more Food & Drink news across Kent click here.

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