Local market towns are set to be supported next month when a project as part of South Norfolk Council’s Market Towns Initiative comes to Bressingham Steam Museum.
South Norfolk Local Flavours will be held on Friday, April 4, and is aimed at buyers. It will bring together around 30 local food and drink producers.
Attendees are invited from hotels and restaurants, catering firms, tourist attractions, as well as anyone responsible for food in the hospitality arena plus food retailers, locally and nationally, passionate about sourcing produce from the region.
Martin Wilby, deputy leader of the council said: “The idea behind the project is all about making it easy for food and drink buyers keen to support local producers, to meet and sample their goods. The idea of meeting in one place will relieve, for many, the pressure of trying to source locally in such a diverse market. This supports the work that we are already undertaking with our partners to ensure that our Market Towns are in the best shape possible to attract shoppers, tourists and businesses, now and in the future.”
To register to attend or if you would like a stand please call the Lively Crew on 01603 702374. The South Norfolk Council’s Market Towns Initiative aims to bring together resources and expertise to support local market towns and businesses within the district.