It's Not Just Food ...

Saturday 18 June 10.30am to 3.00pm

Meet the Girls

Oh dear, we’ve just heard somebody has broken their arm so The Cobley Farm hens can’t have their day out. We’re just pecking around to find another flock …

Emma’s face painting and Matt’s balloons

You may already have met Emma and Matt at the Crediton Area Family Market. Have a look at their Facebook page.

CookIt

A community youth project run by Crediton Methodist Church as an inspiration for 11 to 18 year olds to enjoy cooking healthy, local food from scratch by experimenting with new menus, trying new food, and learning about how food gives us health, energy and enjoyment. The project runs for six weeks each school term.

For the Food Festival the participants in CookIt are preparing ‘fast food’ for you (fresh pesto, veggie kebabs and flatbreads with yummy salads), so come and try some, join in and create some food of your own. The young people will also be leading activities for children (of all ages!) to make and decorate some sweet treats.

Raffle

Win a legendary basketful of goodies from the stallholders

Paint Pots of Devon

Paint a pottery keepsake

Pop-up Theatre

Busk It!

See the music page

Town Team Projects

Just across from the Food Festival why not pop into the town council chamber and have a look at our free design exhibitions on possible town entrance signs and town square weather protection schemes? Meet the designers and architects, ask questions, give your opinions!   More information on credfest.co.uk

Sunday 19 June 12 noon to 3.00pm

Crediton Short Story Competition Winners

Proceedings open with an announcement of the finalists for the competition by the judges and presentations made, including the Crediton Courier’s special prize for a local writer. Full information on credfest.co.uk

The Peas Corp – A Revolution in Doing Good

Peas-Corps-logoMeet officers of The Peas Corp as they roam around encouraging Food Festival goers to ‘commit to an act of random kindness’. To help you decide you can take our ‘Pledgivator’ test to see what kind of good deed would most suit you. Watch out for some simple demonstrations on ‘how to put the toilet seat in the closed position’, ‘how to maintain the correct amount of personal space when shopping’ and ‘laundry basket stinky sock target practice’.

Presented by Nuts and Volts Theatre
Facebook: nutsandvoltstheatre
Twitter: @thenutsandvolts

Paint Pots of Devon

Paint a pottery keepsake

Isabella Necessity on her Story Bicycle

A pedal pushing storyteller – www.sarahurley.co.uk

Isabella is a botanist and adventurist who loves to share stories from her incredible journeys around the world with whomsoever she meets. She’s visited the palace where the silent empress lives with her elephants, learnt Kung-Fu on the Mountain of Kunyu and rested in a robin’s nest. Isabella recently travelled deep inside the Amazon Rainforest where she quickly learnt that nothing is what it seems.

With delightful storytelling, gorgeous illustrations, unexpected wonders and a handsome bicycle called Dilys, Isabella whisks you away to another world with two story shows at 12.45 and 2.00pm – and she’ll be wandering around in between so why not stop her and have a quiet tale.

“Isabella’s Story Bicycle was an enchanting, captivating and intricate piece of performance that worked beautifully in the surroundings of our Rainforest Biome at the Eden Project as part of our storytelling and puppetry weekend.”
Marion Harrison Eden Live Project Lead

Emma’s face painting and Matt’s balloons

You may already have met Emma and Matt at the Crediton Area Family Market. Have a look at their Facebook page.

Raffle

Win a legendary basketful of goodies from the stallholders, raffle drawn just before 3pm.

Town Team Projects

Just across from the Food Festival why not pop into the town council chamber and have a look at our free design exhibitions on possible town entrance signs and town square weather protection schemes? Meet the designers and architects, ask questions, give your opinions!   More information on credfest.co.uk