Celebrate the best of British
What's Happening in 2014
Hundreds of activities are taking place across the country during British Food Fortnight. The event is the biggest showcase of food on the national calendar and celebrates its twelfth year with more activities than ever before for people to get involved, with a particular emphasis on schools, communities and young people.
This year the campaign theme is again “Bring Home the Harvest” and we are encouraging everyone to get involved.
Celebrations taking place across the country will include promotions, tastings and special menus in pubs, restaurants and shops, special events in care homes for the elderly, scrumptious servings of British food in garden centre cafes, patriotic menus in hospitals, family feasts in children's centres and lots of fun food and drink festivals and country fairs.
The organisers of British Food Fortnight and the Love British Food campaign want to hear from you! Let us know what you are organising. To have your event, shop, pub, restaurant or community listed on the website and included in press information please use this link to our contact details and our e-mail contact form
British Food Fortnight events in 2014
Please click here for national events
Please click on the area of the country you are interested in for regional events or on the logos below to see what the organisers of our Star Attractions are doing.
|04/10/2014||04/10/2014||Oakleigh Fairs: Old Spitalfields Market|
Head over to Old Spitalfields Market for the first Saturday in October, November and December to sa...more
|22/09/2014||05/10/2014||The Farm at Friday Street|
The Farm at Friday Street
For the duration of Love British Food Fortnight The Farm a...more
|20/09/2014||21/09/2014||Oakleigh Fairs: Rockingham Castle Country Show|
All day entertainment which may include birds of prey, working dogs, children's entertainment as wel...more
|20/09/2014||05/10/2014||Emsworth British Food Fortnight|
The village of Emsworth in Hampshire will be celebrating British Food Fortnight - watch this s...more
|20/09/2014||05/10/2014||The Kings Head, Bessels Green|
The Kings Head, Bessels Green.
The Kings Head is the latest addition to the Whiting and Hammond f...more
|20/09/2014||05/10/2014||The Chaser Inn, Shipbourne|
The Chaser Inn, Shipbourne.
As an award winning W&H gastro pub, the Chaser Inn is renowned for it...more
|20/09/2014||05/10/2014||The Cricketers Inn, Meopham|
The Cricketers Inn, Meopham.
With a large York stone patio area to the rear and additional patio ...more
|20/09/2014||05/10/2014||The Little Brown Jug, Chiddingstone Causeway|
The Little Brown Jug, Chiddingstone Causeway.
Another W&H establishment, this pub was formerly kn...more
|20/09/2014||05/10/2014||The Mark Cross Inn, Mark Cross|
The Mark Cross Inn, Mark Cross.
If you like a dining experience with a view, this W&H hostelry bo...more
|20/09/2014||05/10/2014||Stanmer House, Brighton|
Stanmer House, Brighton
Stanmer House Brighton, a beautiful 18th Century Manor set in acres of st...more
|06/09/2014||05/10/2014||Horsham District Food & Drink Festival |
If you’re passionate about local food and drink, you’re in for a real treat this September with some...more