Milton Keynes Local food festival. Local suppliers, Farm shops, Micro breweries, Street food, Chef demonstrations, Cookery Schools and much much more.....
MKFoodFest is pleased to acknowledge the support given to them by MK Community Foundation. About MK Community Foundation With our donors help we transform lives and strengthen communities across Milton Keynes. We support local people who are working to make a real
PLEASE NOTE THAT WE HAVE FILLED ALL THE SPACES FOR HOT FOOD CATERING & TRUCKS FOR 2017. STILL PLACES AVAILABLE FOR ALL OTHER PITCHES We are now taking registrations for MKFoodFest 2017. If you would like to showcase your business in
We are always on the lookout for enthusiastic helpers who would like to be part of this unique festival. We have a number of roles ranging from event management to stewarding. To apply to be part of the team, please
MKFoodFest will be held in Linford Manor Park in Great Linford. The site can be accessed from St Leger Drive from the west and via Marsh Drive from the east. We have two large car parks either side of the festival
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Once again the MKFoodFest.org is proud to showcase the amazing talent and diversity of the local food and drink businesses within the Milton Keynes area. Catch up with old favourites and find something new and unique. From appetising street food and
For those festival visitors coming by public transport, MKFoodFest can be reached by the following Milton Keynes buses. BUSES 21, 25 Marsh Drive Great Linford. Nearest stop – Memorial Hall BUS 24 Marsh Drive Great Linford. Nearest stop – Great
MKFoodFest is an idea born out of a discussion between three dedicated Milton Keynes foodies. Hazel Roberts and Laurence Conisbee are artisan food producers in their own right and Turan Turan is a food author and artisan food teacher. Together
Great Linford was one of the North Buckinghamshire villages incorporated into Milton Keynes at its designation in 1967. Written as Great Linford to distinguish it from the even tinier Little Linford, the village is another on the Grand Union Canal.