Visiting the Reepham Food Festival

Here are some notes to help visitors new to Reepham

FREE FESTIVAL
There is no charge for attending the Festival except for the ticketed events

TIMINGS
The Canapé & Cocktail event will start at 6pm on Saturday 27 May in the marquee. Breakfast (pre-booked) will be served in Diane’s Pantry from 8 am on Sunday 28 May. The Market, Picnic Garden, Schools Events and Marquee Demonstrations will run from 10am to 4pm on Sunday 28 May.

The Closing Supper will start at 6pm on Sunday 28 May in the marquee.

PARKING
Free parking is available at Reepham High School (NR10 4JT). A shuttle bus service will take you to the Primary School or the Market Square. The School is best approached from Bawdeswell or the Fakenham Road to avoid the need to go round the Town.

WASTE DISPOSAL
Please use the rubbish bins provided to keep the square clean.

EMERGENCIES
St John Ambulance will be available at the Rotary control tent – see plan on p16. Security guards and stewards will be patrolling the Square.
In the event of an emergency please follow the instructions of police officers or identified security guards or Rotary stewards.

SAFETY
Please keep young children close to you and take care of your belongings.

TOILETS
Public toilets are located in Pudding Pie Alley between the Kings Arms and the Bircham Centre.

DISABLED ACCESS
The market square, Bircham Gardens and public toilets are accessible by wheel chairs.

CASH POINT
There are cash points outside the Post Office and the Spar supermarket.

CONTACTS
for Reepham & District Rotary Club: Site Manager Robert Briggs 07768 023848, Committee Chair Richard Cooke 07889 036852. For more information email info@reephamfoodfestival.org.uk.

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Activities

Lots of activities are planned for the festival including stalls, exhibits and demonstrations from local food and drink suppliers, displays and activities for young people and a trail taking in local food providers.

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