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Dartmouth Food Festival, 20-24 October 2010

There are loads of things to do at the Dartmouth Food Festival, which this year runs from Wednesday 20 October until Sunday 24 October.

Activities at this food and music festival include demonstrations, tastings and food markets where you can taste, buy and take home local food products.

Visit the official website for more details and a programme of events.

If you need accommodation in Dartmouth, why not book through Blue Chip Vacations? They are offering a special package where visitors who book their hotel stays with them also receive several extra privileges.

As one of the event’s main sponsors, Blue Chip Vacations has reserved tickets especially for guests staying in South Devon properties during the Dartmouth Food Festival week.

The special tickets will give Blue Chip’s guests unique opportunities to experience one-off events – such as lunch with Henry Dimbleby, an audience with Mitch Tonks and his celebrity chef friends, and the very rare opportunity to visit Dartmouth Castle at an exclusive wine tasting evening hosted by wine writer and critic for the Daily Telegraph, Fiona Beckett!

Simply book a minimum of three nights in one of Blue Chip Vacation’s luxury holiday properties in South Devon over the festival to get your hands on these highly sought-after tickets. The first 40 people to book a property will receive pairs of tickets to the wine-tasting evenings (22/23 October) and the remainder will be entered into a draw to win two tickets for lunch with Henry Dimbleby (20 October), two tickets for an audience with Mitch Tonks and friends (21 October) and two tickets for an audience and dinner with Valentine Warner.

For a wider variety of hotels, guest houses and B&Bs, try Expedia.

5 Responses to “Dartmouth Food Festival, 20-24 October 2010”

  1. Not Delia

    I have clarified in my post that the link is to an unofficial site. You have already helped yourself to two links with this comment, one from your name and one within the post itself. You’re not really asking me to give you yet another, are you?

  2. David Jones

    I’d really like you to help me out by deleting the link to .co.uk and adding the link to the Official website which has up to date and accurate information. The Dartmouth Food Festival is run by a group of volunteers who work extremely hard to make it happen on a tight budget. Other people try to freeload off it for financial gain by running websites which pretend to have some legitimacy but do not. Many thanks, David

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