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Malton Food Festival 2020, Yorkshire, UK
May 23, 2020 - May 25, 2020
One of Yorkshire’s premier local food festivals will occur in the town of Malton from May 23 to 25, 2020. Celebrating its twelfth anniversary the Malton Food Festival 2020 (or Malton Food Lovers Festival to give its full title) will attract tens of thousands of foodies from across the county and elsewhere in the UK. Due to its popularity it is now held over three days.
Details of the 2020 festival are yet to be announcd, but the 2019 festival featured three of the county’s Michelin-star chefs: Tommy Banks, owner of the Black Swan in Oldstead; James Mackenzie, of the Pipe and Glass Inn; and Stephen Smith, head chef at the Star Inn in Harome, as well as award-winning chef and best-selling author,Sabrina Ghayour.
Orgnisers say there will be 160 market stalls and street food vans, in addition to live music, cookery workshops and a festival fringe. Malton is described as Yorkshire’s Foodie Glastonbury – although I doubt there are many champagne and oyster bars in the Somerset mud.
Where is the Malton Food Festival?
Held next to St Michael’s Church, Malton, this year will see a new indoor market a street food and pop-up picnic area.
When is the Malton Food Festival 2020?
From 23 to 25, May, 2020, from 9m to 6pm on the first two days, and 10am to 5pm on the bank holiday Monday.
What’s On at the Malton Food Lovers Festival
Details of the 2020 festival are yet to be annouced but expect food demos to love music, street food and the festival bar, you can get all the details here.
More Malton Food Festivals
The food lovers festival is not the only food festival in town. The town has monthy food markets, a gin festival, craft beer festival, Meadowfest music festival, harvest food festival, and even a wineathalon Marathon du Malton. Details of all events can be found here.
Getting to the Malton Food Festival
Parking at the three car parks costs £5 with a free shuttle service (or 10-minute walk) to the festival. There is disabled parking at all the sites, as well as at the Water Lane and Wentworth Street car parks. Alternatively, you can catch the Transpennine Express train to Malton from Manchester, Leeds and Scarborough. Book in advance to save 50% on your ticket.
Things To Do in Yorkshire
For inspiration on what to do while in the area, read Mark Bibby Jackson’s Whitby and the North York Moors.
Accommodation in Malton and North Yorkshire
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