We’re delighted to see the return of County Durham’s two Food Festivals (subject to coronavirus restrictions)with Seaham Food Festival taking place on Saturday 7 and Sunday 8 August followed by Bishop Auckland Food Festival in October, (dates tbc).  Food festivals are a great way to connect communities with the fantastic local produce on their doorsteps, providing opportunities to experience different foods and learn more about how it is produced – they really are a great day out for everyone.

Seaham Food Festival will once again be located on Terrace Green, overlooking County Durham’s stunning heritage coast, and will serve up the same vibrant mix of food and drink stalls, celebrity chefs, cookery demonstration and family-friendly entertainment although measures will be put in place to ensure everyone’s safetyTo stay up to date with the latest news about Seaham Food Festival, visit the Seaham Food Festival website or follow @SeahamFoodFest on FacebookTwitter and Instagram