Cosford’s a hit

Applications for this year’s Cosford Food Festival are flying in, with a record number of local producers applying to attend the two-day event. This year, over 100 local producers of the finest artisan produce and locally brewed beverages will be exhibiting at the annual festival, held in the unique setting at the Royal Air Force Museum Cosford.

Now in its seventh year, the festival is firmly established as one of the biggest events on the Museum’s calendar, attracting in excess of 12,000 visitors over the two days. This year’s festival will take place on the weekend of 20 July and organisers are already delighted with the response from local businesses wanting to be part of it. The Festival delivers a wide range of stalls and a tasty menu of street food, washed down with a wide variety of local beers, ciders, spirits and fizz. There will also be plenty of entertainment over the festival weekend including cooking demonstrations, live music and family activities.

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