Are you a food-lover looking for the ultimate taste of the East Coast? Fear not, for annual local favourite, the Crail Food Festival is returning to Fife! So, what’s in store for Silverdyke Park visitors?
The festival kicks off on the 12th of June; the Crail Food Festival will host a wonderful opening night of supper and film! The first day will be followed up by a second day of fun and events kicking off at 10:30am. Visit fantastic events such as the Food and Drink Emporium, followed up by the Cookery Theatre. In addition to this, there are producer workshops, pop-up food and drink at the Marketgate, Crail.
Between 10:30am and 4pm, there will also be a children’s fun area, so there’s something to keep everybody happy! If you have a bit of a sweet tooth, the Chocolate Larder is your next destination, rounded off with a brilliant evening of Patter and Batter at the Crail Community Hall.
The third and final day of the festival brings the return of the Food and Drink Emporium, alongside the Harbour festival – a celebration of local delicacies! If you missed out on the second day of the festival, don’t worry as the Cookery Theatre and other events will be running throughout the day.
Other Attractions to visit during the Crail Food Festival
Situated only a short distance away from Silverdyke Park in the small, idyllic village of Crail, there is simply no reason to miss the food festival! Tickets for the Crail Food Festival go on sale on the morning of the 12th of May, 2015 and can be purchased here.
Why not stay a few more days – after all the surrounding area of Fife is teeming with history, culture and things to do for the whole family! Why not take a stroll along the Fife Coastal Path, famed for its natural beauty; it’s also the ideal opportunity to work off any extra calories from the food festival!
Head on through to St. Andrews and take the opportunity to explore the rugged St. Andrews cathedral ruins as well as the castle too! Of course, the Kingdom of Fife is serious golfing territory, so why not explore of the local courses of worldwide fame!
Keen to learn more about the St. Andrews golfing history? Head on over to the newly-refurbished British Golf Museum, reopening in June, 2015. Find out why St. Andrews is nicknamed the home of golf and enjoy the interactive exhibits on show.
Accommodation for the Crail Food Festival
Haven’t booked your Crail Food Festival accommodation yet? With so many wonderful attractions in the local area, why not book into our lovely holiday park? Situated near the lovely seaside village of Anstruther, visit local favourite, the Anstruther Fish Bar for a brilliant fish supper and visit the Scottish Fisheries Museum to find out more about the local produce too.