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A Taste of Somerset 2024, Brean

15 June @ 10:30 am - 4:00 pm BST


A Taste of Somerset takes place at Brean Leisure Park in June

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Prepare to set off on a gastronomic adventure through Somerset at the eagerly awaited Taste of Somerset event.

On Saturday, 15 June, Brean Leisure Park will become a haven for food enthusiasts, featuring some of the finest food and drink producers in the county.

This food and drink festival, free for all and perfect for families, offers a day packed with delicious treats and entertainment suitable for every age group. With offerings ranging from the robust, cool flavours of Rich’s Cider Farm, to Winnies Bakery’s oven-fresh delights, the lively zest of Salsa Stories, and the rich savoury delights from Somerset Charcuterie, there’s an array of options to delight every taste bud.

Operations Manager, Darren Cavill, says, “We are thrilled to bring our celebration of amazing food and drink from Somerset to Brean, and we are proud to support local artisan producers. We very much look forward to welcoming the community and visitors to the area to showcase the best the west has to offer!”

A taste of somerset

When Is Taste of Somerset

Saturday, 15 June 2024, 10:30am to 4pm.

Where Is Taste of Somerset 2024?

Brean Leisure Park, by the Tavern and Entrance to the Theme Park.


The Taste of Somerset event prides itself on being accessible to everyone. The venue is designed to accommodate both families and individuals with disabilities, guaranteeing that all can partake in the region’s varied flavours.

Brean Leisure Park

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15 June
10:30 am - 4:00 pm


Brean Leisure Park
Coast Road, Brean Sands
Burnham-On-Sea,SomersetTA8 2QYUnited Kingdom
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