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Horsham’s Big Nibble food festival returns

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There will be so much to explore in Horsham’s town centre on the 2nd and 3rd of September as the Big Nibble food festival kicks off the month long District Food and Drink Festival, organised by Horsham District Council.

New for 2017 are the Gin Veranda ‘talk and taste’ bar at the Carfax Amphitheatre Cookery Kitchen on Saturday from 4pm to 5pm and Sunday’s Big Busk Horsham, from 10am-4pm presenting an exciting selection of street entertainers around the town.

On both days, visitors can embark on a ‘Food & Drink Safari’ around the Carfax brought to you by ‘Horsham Markets by Food Rocks’ with four zones specially created for The Big Nibble: Fresh from the farm, bakery and sweet treats, street food, drinks and bars.

On Saturday and Sunday the Carfax will also host the International and Local Live Cookery Theatre, where you can watch some top chefs and local producers at work in the kitchen and pick up some great gourmet tips.

Parents with younger children should make their way to the Forum on Saturday and Sunday to experience the Little Nibble, sponsored by Leaders Estate Agents, for some fantastic food based activities and entertainment with help from a host of partners including Messy Church, Cookies Kitchen, NFU Mutual, UK Harvest, Petals and Peace and Wagamama.

Springboard Project will be celebrating their 25th Anniversary in the Horsham Park’s Nature Garden with more family fun and a chill out zone for kids and The Entertainer are presenting the Optimus Prime truck and a great Transformers competition in the Bishopric all on Saturday 2 September.

Back by popular demand, the Hepworth’s sponsored Horsham Beer Trail runs over both days featuring samples from 14 town centre pubs, restaurants and Big Nibble market stalls.

Local makers get their own ‘Crafty Village’ in the Market Square over the weekend at the heart of the wonderful sights, smells and sounds of the International Food Festival, this year organised by Japanese Restaurant, Wabi and friends, in and around East Street.

On Sunday 3 September only, the Horsham Bus Rally features a large collection of classic busses based at the Hop Oast Park & Ride car park with routes connecting the town and destinations around the district.

If you’re looking for more information on The Big Nibble you can visit www.thebignibble.co.uk or for all the latest details find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TheBigNibble

Printed and downloadable event programmes will be available from the week before.

The Big Nibble is the launch event for the District Food and Drink Festival, make sure to pick up your free guide from any participating business or from the Horsham Visitor Centre and Markets or access it online at www.horshamlocalproduce.co.uk