The Faversham Food Festival brings together community groups, food producers, retailers, restaurants and cafes to share our enjoyment of local food and beverage with fellow residents and guests.
This a community festival where various groups organise separate special events over the three days of the festival – if you’re interested in organising an event during the festival please please get in touch with us.
Friday 13th September
Louise, Hollowshore Fishery’s trawler, will moor on Town Green beside TS Hazard at 13:00 and sell fresh fish for a couple of hours. Louise then stays to be part of the Fish Night.
18:30 – 22:00 Fish Night on Town Quay with Hollowshore Fisheries, with fresh barbecued fish, some food stalls, beer and wine, live music and some guests in medieval costume. Friday Fish Night is one of the highlights of the festival.
CAMRA is organising this year’s ale trail. There will 8 ales in the trail available from 13:00 on Friday 13th to 14:00 on Sunday 15th when the voting closes.
Saturday 14th September – Festival events in the Abbey Physic Community Garden and Pudding Tasting and a Medieval Food Fayre at St Mary of Charity Church, as well as the regular Charter Market in the Market Place.
Festival Cake Competition with Jane Beedle
Saturday 19:00 2019 Faversham Food Hero presentation and meal at the Carriage Restaurant in the Railway
Sunday 15th September – a Special Festival Charter Market with a Medieval Food Fayre and a Drinks Pavilion in the Alexander Centre. And in the Abbey Physic Community Garden the Sausage and Ale Trail vegan and vegetarian dishes, cream teas and herbal teas.
The organisers are all passionate volunteers. Their only reward is the pleasure of seeing people enjoy local Faversham food and drink and the success of the businesses and groups which take part each year.
Kent is The Garden of England and is known throughout the world for the quality of its produce. Faversham and the area around it is at the heart of this.
The annual FREE TO VISIT Faversham Food Festival takes place over the course of three days each year. It is an inclusive community festival for local people and our visitors: a celebration of the remarkable richness of our food and drink. Events past and future include the now-famous Faversham Sausage Trail and Faversham Ale Trail, Fish Night on the Quay, various competitions including Oyster Cooking and Baking.