ChelmsfordZoom Events in Essex
10-12 May 2019
FOOD & DRINK
Grocery Food and Craft Stalls, International Street Foods, Live Music, Craft Beer, Cider and Prosecco Bars, Children’s Entertainment
(Times may change – check back nearer the event)
The Chelmsford Food & Drink Festival returns to Central Park over the weekend 10th to 12th May 2019.
There will be live music on stage for all to enjoy, a wide range of food and drink stalls from around the globe and children’s rides to keep the little ones entertained. Craft beer festival will also be part of this event together with a street food and seating area.
Travel by road – Chelmsford is on the A1060 and A1016 roads and not too far from the A12
There are a number of places of interest within Chelmsford, including the 18-arch Victorian railway viaduct that spans the River Can in Central Park. One of three railway viaducts in the city that carry the Great Eastern Main Line. Chelmsford Cathedral which is located directly behind The Shire Hall. Originally called St Mary’s Church, it became a Cathedral when the Diocese of Chelmsford was created in 1914. It is officially the second smallest in England behind Derby Cathedral.
Location & Parking
The Festival is just a 10 min walk from the train station.
PLEASE CHECK BACK FOR UPDATES
The list of traders is continually updated as the event approaches.
OTHER STALLS – CRAFT, ART, HOME, GARDEN, ETC
Handmade pieces of the highest quality, ethically-sourced, solid sterling silver jewellery encrusted with beautiful gem stones, from exceptionally talented global artists.
Real Greek Food
Pork or chicken souvlaki in a pitta bread with tomato, tzatziki sauce, onion and fries.
Thainese Street Food
Thai and Chinese Street Food.
The Famous Last Stand
Selection of Beer, Ale, Lager, Cider, Prosecco, Wine and Gin.
Coffee beans. Hot chocolate and coffee drinks
Snow White Catering
Ice Cream & Slush Van.
Wordstop limited t/a Beachbox Cafe
Artisan Coffee, tea, herbal teas, hot chocolate, water, small kids juice box, cold drinks Nitro cold brew coffee, snacks, Homemade bags made out of coffee sacks