The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
CarFest: July 2019
CarFest North 2019 is almost upon us with something special on the food front.
Bolesworth hosts this popular annual event on 26-28 July this month. Some tickets remain available — details online Click Here
SPECIAL MENTION — NEW FOR 2019- the food-filled world of Car-Feast
A diverse line-up of Celebrity Chefs is designed to whet your appetites, with demonstrations featuring an array of recipes from across the globe. Lose yourself in a wonderful selection of baked goods, local delicacies, cheeses, liqueurs and sweet delights that will blow you away. Get a taste of the fabulous flavours on offer. Guests to the Makery on the Move get to create their very own delicious bars, freshly baked by the Eat Natural team. Renowned Beer Sommelier Annabel Smith and Timothy Taylor's Head Brewer Nick Berkovitz will be on hand to deliver a very special series of tasting sessions in the CarFest Pub! Learn about the brewing process and ingredients involed in Timothy Taylor's outstanding range of cask ales.
Pardon the pun — this is just a taste of what's on offer
In 2019, all profits from CarFest, including a guaranteed 25% of the price of each ticket, will be donated to UK Children's Charities.
BBC Children in Need will receive 50% of the total funds raised. Four charities will each receive 10% of the total funds raised: Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust, Rainbow Trust Children's Charity , Starlight Children's Foundation, Teenage Cancer Trust. More details on the beneficiaries of the final 10% will be announced soon.
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