Greenspaces festival heading to Worthing

The festival will feature food demonstrations from singing chef, Jonathan Nutly
The festival will feature food demonstrations from singing chef, Jonathan Nutly

Worthing’s first food and greenspaces festival is due to be held this Sunday (October 2).

The Green Dreams food and greenspaces festival will be held on the award-winning grounds of Field Place in Worthing.

The festival will be led and designed by community based groups and organisations.

There will be plenty to keep the family entertained throughout the day, from stalls offering heaps of locally grown food and produce, to train rides and fun fair rides for the children.

Head of the board supporting the festival, Jerry Le Seur, said: “We are so pleased to be helping to get this festival up and running and really hope that it becomes a yearly attraction for the town, as it will showcase some of the very best local talent.”

There will also be food demonstrations with a difference from the singing chef, Jonathan Nutly.

Customers are welcome between 10am and 4pm and are invited to get involved with all the various activities.

There will also be rides, face painting and model trains running for children, and a beer tent full of locally produced beers, ciders and wines for the adults.

To find out more, or if you are interested in running a stall at the festival, contact Mark at Field Place on 01903 446401.

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