Here in the South Downs we have a wealth of fantastic high quality food and drink producers and it is only right to invite a selection of those local companies to supply the hospitality. As a result we are delighted to confirm the attendance of the following companies to provide sustenance for your day. So whether you pack a picnic or feast on local produce we hope there will be something for everyone.
To celebrate your success or just to sample the very best of English Sparkling wine the award winning Wiston Estate Winery will be on site next to the parade ring. The estate in the Goring family since 1743 is located just along the downs from Parham and produces sensational English Sparkling wine. www.wistonestate.com
Charlie’s Trout are raised in the beautiful clear water from Wiltshire’s world famous Wiltshire Avon. The fish are harvested to order and smoked over green oak for up to 16 hours , before being hand sliced and carefully packed. The result is a simply sensational slice of smoked trout with a firm texture and a delicious delicate flavour. www.charliestrout.co.uk
The French Revolution will provide freshly made sweet and savoury crepes.
T&M Ices will provide quality soft ice cream with a variety of toppings from hot chocolate dipper, marsh mallows cones, Oreo cones and their special screwball enjoyed by all ages! www.tandmices.co.uk
The Frothy Coffee Man, providing the best quality locally sourced produced fairly priced. Whether it’s an expresso, a latte, a mocha or a macchiato the Frothy Coffee Man will provide it. www.frothycoffeeman.co.uk and on facebook.
Wild Sussex Burgers from Fittleworth are just delicious. Find out more from www.wildsussex.co.uk or on Facebook
The Pizza Oven is another of our regular supporters and whether you require a vegetarian feast or a fiery Sardianian Chorizo pizza you will find it at The Pizza Oven. You may have passed their striking green vans parked in local towns as they are out and about every day. www.thepizzaoven.co.uk
A new stand this year is Forgotten Cuts. Founder & chef, Ellie Ledden came up with the idea for Forgotten Cuts with a friend & farmer who owns a herd of wild cows in Dartmoor. Ellie had a view to using up what he had left over at the end of the week and turning it in to something fabulous to eat. This idea grew in to a Street food concept with a complete nose-to-tail and sustainable ethos. We are now using whole animals from local Sussex farms and we are broadly based in the South East. Our strap line is #Sit down food in a stand up world. We serve you restaurant food on the street and we promise you a ‘food high’ in every mouthful. We concentrate on the more unusual cuts of meat, we slow roast, we braise and we grill. We serve with artisan breads, fries, gorgeous seasonal salads and awesome sauces! We only use local, grass fed, free range animals and produce. Meat lovers, plants lovers & gluten free lovers all catered for.