Zoom Events in Lincolnshire
Let the food and drink focused family FEASTivities begin as the FreeWheelin FEASTival rolls into Stamford for an exciting fun filled weekend. Street Foods, bars of distinction, alfresco dining, live music and children’s entertainment all served up with big helpings of humour, colour and character.
Another tasty offering from Zoom Events…yum yum
A free to enter event
This free to enter event is held on the Meadows close to the town centre. All public transport stops are nearby including the train station, so getting to and from the venue couldn’t be easier. Stamford itself offers a wealth of independent shops, so come to the festival and stay for the day to enjoy the gems within one of England’s most picturesque towns.
Children’s entertainment, rides and slides add to the relaxed atmosphere. Plus with the Stamford Music Festival running concurrently throughout the Saturday, you might just decide to make a weekend of it.
Travel by road – The A1 main trunk road from London to Edinburgh passes close to Grantham and Stamford. From the M1, leave at junction 25 and take the A52 from Derby to Grantham, or leave at junction 21 and take the A46/607 from Leicester to Stamford.
Travel by train – Grantham is just 1 hour and 10 mins direct from London Kings Cross, and 35 minutes direct from Nottingham. There is a connecting train from Peterborough or Leicester to Stamford.
Stamford is a town on the River Welland in Lincolnshire, England, 92 miles (148 km) north of London on the A1. The population at the 2001 census was 21,800 including the adjacent parish of St Martin’s Without. The town has 17th and 18th-century stone buildings, older timber-framed buildings and five medieval parish churches and In 2013, Stamford was rated the best place to live by the Sunday Times.
For over 600 years Stamford was the site of the Stamford Bull Run festival, held annually on 13 November until 1839. According to local tradition, the custom was started by William de Warenne, 5th Earl of Surrey, after he saw two bulls fighting in the meadow beneath his castle viewpoint. Some butchers came to part the combatants and one of the bulls ran into the town. The earl mounted his horse and rode after the animal; he enjoyed the sport so much that he gave the meadow in which the fight began to the butchers of Stamford on condition that they should provide a bull, to be run in the town every 13 November, for ever after.
Please note: images are representative of previous Zoom Events.
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Location & Parking
15 Bath Row, Stamford
None at present
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The list of traders is continually updated as the event approaches.
OTHER STALLS – CRAFT, ART, HOME, GARDEN, ETC
Ashley Vincent Photography
Beautiful wildlife photo prints, desktop acrylic blocks and ready-to-hang wall acrylics.
Vintage and antique inspired sterling silver jewellery. Original in-house designs and other pieces in Victorian, Art Deco and Bohemian designs.
Chris’s Fork Emporium
Upcycled vintage cutlery made into jewellery, hooks, hangers and other products. Antique or vintage quirky cutlery mounted in 3D frames.
Handcrafted outdoor wooden garden furniture. Manufactured in the UK from high-quality Scandinavian redwood, using sustainable woods.
BEVERAGES AND ICE CREAM
Specialists in coffee and cocoa beans, Jaccs Coffee will be providing sumptuous hot chocolate, fresh filter coffee, tea and iced lattes.
Snow White Catering
Fresh whippy ice cream and a refreshing selection of ice lollies.
Passion du Fromage Ltd
Spanish and French saucisson, French cheese and other continental fine foods.
Alvi Brothers Ltd
Chilled Indian curries, rice, onion bhajis, samosa, pakoras and cooking sauces to enjoy to home.
The Great British Cheese Company
Award winning, flavoured, waxed cheese truckles.
Olives, baklava, Turkish delight and nuts.
Real Greek Food
Delicious pork or chicken souvlaki.
Pre-smoked and barbecue foot long Polish sausages, plus homemade stuffed dumplings.
53 Festival Road
Sweet and savoury French toast.