:: Sturminster Newton Cheese Festival ::
     
Information
     
  15th
Cheese Festival
 
     
  13th & 14th September 2014  
  10am - 5pm  
     
  £5.00 per adult  
  Under 15's free  
  Includes programme & parking  
     

 

2014 Funding Form
     
  PDF Funding Form 2014  
     

 

Sturminster Newton Cheese Festival 2010
     

The Best Garden Party in the West

That’s how the Sturminster Newton Cheese Festival has been described by visitors and exhibitors. 

“A Great day out”
“Will see you next year”
“Lovely atmosphere”

A celebration of Cheese, Food and Crafts established for over 15 years now and based on a tradition of Cheese making in the town, stretching back for over 100 years. The Cheese Festival is a great day out in picturesque “Hardy” country in the heart of the Blackmore Vale. Thomas Hardy once lived in a house adjoining the site.

Come and sample the wares from some 70 food and Cheese stalls, over 80 craft exhibitors. Enjoy some of the 25 plus beers in the “real ale” tent, cider from local cider makers, a wine bar, live music and children’s entertainment.   In the Mousetrap theatre, cookery and Cheese making demonstrations.
In short something to interest and entertain everyone.

From the beginning our ethos has been that, wherever possible, the cheese and food has to be produced in the south and west by the exhibitor. This means that you could well be talking to the person who made it.

Ample  parking on site and a free Park & Ride service from the north of the town.

Entertainment

Woman Wants Tall Man:
Debbi & Martin, A fabulous local duo with great vocals and varied repertoire

In The Pipeline:
Music for your rears! Fun & full on harmonies.
Derek Halliday, Richard Dorran & Alan Mash

O’Dalaih’s:
A must for a festival goers. Cheeky tunes and experienced entertainers.

Jack and a Box:
This duo with their Johnny Cash and fun songs will keep you tapping your feet all day.

The Bell Street Jazz Band:
Good old favourites at the Cheese Festival with Trad Jazz to complete the festival lively atmosphere.

 
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