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Cheese and Chilli Festival returning

For the fifth time the only dedicated UK Cheese and Chilli Festival will be returning to Winchester this August for two days packed with all things cheese and chilli.


Like last year the event will bring an amazing array of tastes, colours and experiences to the city making it a must go to event.


Perfect for cheese lovers who can try and buy from an incredible range of local and regional products and for those who enjoy a slice of spice it will be a foodies paradise but whatever your age, the Cheese & Chilli Festival will offer fun for the whole family.


Attractions include free cooking displays, tastings, beer tent, live music, street theatre, crazy golf, human-sized table football, children’s rides, treasure hunts, balloon modelling, craft and shopping stalls and lots more.


It will be an affordable day out with realistic entry prices that are reduced if you buy in advance online, children under 16 go free plus you get nearly £20 worth of discount vouchers on the door to help enjoy what’s on offer.


Simon Stewart, from the organisers of the festival 33rd Management Company, said: “We are delighted to be back again in beautiful Winchester and thank the residents for their support; they really seem to love what we have on offer with the visitor numbers getting bigger every year.”


The festival is taking place between 10 am and 5 pm on Saturday, August 17th and Sunday, August 18th at North Walls Recreation Ground SO23 8DJ. It’s free parking, under 16s free, discounts for booking in advance on line, and dogs on leads are welcome. For more details go to www.cheeseandchillifestival.com




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