Fulham Festival of Food and Farming Comes to New Kings Road

Free film and feast on Saturday and farmers market on Sunday

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Parsons Green Farmers' Market



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The Fulham Festival of Food and Farming, the perfect excuse to indulge in local food, comes to New Kings Road this weekend, October 4 and 5.

On Saturday between 5pm and 10pm there will be a pop up cinema showing a free screening of Jon Favreau’s acclaimed film Chef and a feast with hot food, artisan beers and cider, including: 

A range of Somerset cider from Millwhites, juice based cocktails from master juice makers Mannings Juice; including Apple Mojitos, Marmalade Sours, Elderflower and Rosemary Gin Collins.

Free range organic hog roast from Galileo Farm
Delicious free range pork Schnitzels and scotch eggs from Hazeldene Farm
Woodland Jerseys superlative salt beef sandwiches and Woodland Farm’s legendary burgers
Pasta E Basta bring their Anglo-Italian creations, using local ingredients
Keik’s delicious sweet and savoury Slovakian style strudels.

On Sunday, from 10am till 3pm, there’s a farmers market with around 30 stalls where you can shop for top seasonal ingredients.

This Sunday there is also the opportunity to watch live butchery demonstrations from Fliteriss Park Farm, a cocktail demo from James Manning of Mannings Juice, tastings and a kids area.

The festival is at New Kings School, New Kings Road and entry is free on both days.

The outdoor screening of Chef at 7.30pm, like the rest of the event, is free, but to be sure of a place you can get advance tickets from Eventbrite.

Limited tickets will be available at the event.

The regular weekly Parsons Green Farmers' Market will return to New Kings School next Sunday.


October 3, 2014




October 3, 2014

October 3, 2014