The Festival has two real ale bars run by the Festival and staffed by volunteers, one located near the Barn Stage and the other at the Big Top.
Both bars offer a wide range of craft ales from local breweries and we also offer local cider and fruit ciders, wine and soft drinks.
We do not overload the price because it’s a festival, typically £3- £3.50/pint.
In 2017 the Festival will feature our own version of a gin and prosecco bar again. Didn't you just love that last year? I shertainly did. Porbapply two mooch aktually. Why can't all bars look like this?
Breweries supplying the festival include:
We have a great selection of some of the best street food around including vegetarian and vegan.
The wonderful Magical Tea Machine is back by popular demand with their ethical catering pop-up café and outstanding original drinks & food alongside a visual spectacle. Just how does that damn thing work?
Pizza of Dreams is with us again with the freshest and best tasting wood fired pizzas ever.
The shininess that is Hand Held Food are bringing their passion for fresh, local and seasonal along as well. Well worth a visit.
Tim and his brilliant hanging barbeque are going to be with us showing us how hard, hot work and really great rare breeds burgers should be done.
The delightful Mayo and his stunning locally roasted coffees out of his beautifully restored H van. What a street food van should look like.
The greenness that is Glenn and his delicious crepes is going to be at Cornucopia Festival. Put the short people at the front of the que and ask him what his real job is just to wind him up! He loves it and will probably chase me around the field with a hot frying pan for suggesting it. Artists eh! Can't live with 'em, can't live without 'em.
We are absolutely delighted to announce that the Street Cleaver will be showing us all what really fine artisan street food is. We are really excited that Mark will be with us and I can't wait to try his Korean steamed buns!
The Stables Tea Room operated by the delightful ladies at Countryside Caterers will provide a range of home cooked food, hot drinks, light bites, sandwiches, soups and main meals.
Last, but by absolutely no means least, is Andy with his fish and chip van. Bless you Andy, this is what keeps the world turning. Great fish and chips at sensible prices. I still can’t work out that chip spice stuff though.