Foodie heaven and plenty more fun spread across a whole week, Shelford Feast packs live music, comedy and community events in, too, from 7 to 14 July.
Highlights include Feast Day, on 14 July, with traditionally roasted meats, barbecues, vegetarian and vegan dishes, plus a huge bar specialising in real ales and ciders, alongside live music, a car show and stalls. On the 13th, from 12pm to 6pm, there’s a beer, craft and food fair, with around 30 real ales and six real ciders, mostly from local breweries, and food vans including Al Chile, Fired Up Pizza and Spoon Struck.
Then, from 7pm, 1986 Brit Award-winners Go West take the stage, with support from Back to the 80s. It’s ska night on the 12th, with Bad Manners and local heroes Big 10 belting out floor fillers from 7pm. Sicilian food from Questione di Sapori, and Argentinian barbecue specialists The Vargas Brothers, will complement the usual Feast fare on the night.
Most events take place in the Grand Marquee on Woollards Lane, Great Shelford, with a comedy night, quiz night, live theatre and more earlier in the week.