Sunday June 10th is

Congleton Food and Drink Festival’s

10th birthday !!

Not to be missed.

over 100 stalls selling delicious local produce, food and drink and a stunning variety of global street food stalls.


There will also be live music, street entertainment, Festival Fringe with contemporary craft stalls organised by the Electric Picture House and all manner of kids’ activities to keep the party going with a swing.

Congleton Food and Drink Festival is organised by Congleton Community Projects and a small team of experienced volunteers working on an entirely not for profit basis and is known for the outstanding quality of the stalls on offer and the friendly fun festival atmosphere.

Described by Cheshire Life as ‘Cheshire’s premier food event’, Congleton Food and Drink Festival is a celebration of high quality artisan foods produced locally and from around the world.



What’s on Offer?


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 ‘Children’s Choice Award’ – kids here’s what to do

Pick up your Tasty Traveller Passport from the info stalls by B&M and

Peacocks and visit the stalls to learn about the produce and

have free tastings or fun activities. Then choose the ones you like the best.

Last year it was a tie so Congratulations to the winning stalls

Azulito Coffee and J&K Fudge


Click here for more information about fun activities for kids




Throughout the day you can be stunned by the amazing magic tricks presented by Nick Barnes. Watch and wonder how he performs his thrilling show.7535645



Extended Festival Fringe


This  ever popular Festival Fringe Art Market will once again be hosted by the Electric Picture House. There will be Art Stalls in Cross Street and Mill Street, a specially curated exhibition in the gallery, a pop up shop, music, and open studios.






Cpngleton Apple Juice

 The Green Scene

Congleton has a very thriving green scene with very active Sustainability Group. Find the stalls at the top of Mill Street which will include Food4free group and Vale Allotment Association. they will be joined by Compassion in World farming, RSPB Working 4Wildlife and Cheshire Wildlife group.


We have 9 schools with Green Flags in Congleton & District Eco cluster. We are also winners of Gold Status in Britain in Bloom

Our beautiful park and local beauty spot Astbury Mere also fly the green flag.

Learn about the new home for Congleton Apple Juice by clicking here –  Congleton Community Co-op.


Last year’s fabulous fun festival  postcard designed by Jessica Lea 

Our new postcard

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We are always looking for ideas to improve and expand,

so keep in touch via our facebook page






Local film maker, Paul Millican, first made a video of our Festival back in 2012 when he worked with us as a volunteer. Paul is now a professional video maker so we were delighted when he offered to come back this year and make a new video of the Festival.

Watch the day on June 11th 2017 as it unfolded here:




For information on the Festival and other future events contact us on 01260 270908 or


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