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  • THE PIG – near Bath

    < Back THE PIG – near Bath THE PIGs are restaurants with rooms where the focus is on authenticity, informality of design, food, and service. With an obsessive commitment to home grown and local produce, THE PIG – near Bath celebrates the seasons and uses only the best, freshest and most authentic ingredients from its Kitchen Garden. What cannot be grown at the hotel is carefully sourced from local suppliers within a 25-mile radius. What's happening? A 30-Mile Feast, a Tasting or Other? A 30-mile Feast We have some wonderful events. Our Somerset Vines & Wines Supper is on Fri 21: wood oven dining paired with wonderful local wines. Our Party at THE PIG is on Sun 30: eats, tipples, live music and more. Plus – free kitchen garden tours every Tues & Thurs More details We've got some wonderful events planned. • Somerset Vines & Wines Supper, Friday 21 July, 7pm. Wood oven dining paired with wines from Limeburn Hill in Chew Magna, Minerva Wines in Bath & Aldwick Estate in Blagdon. £110 inc pre dinner piggy bits & fizz, coffee & piggy fours. • Party at THE PIG, Sunday 30 July, 2-8pm. Wood-oven eats, tipples and live music, plus mini treatments, face painting & more. £20 entry fee, under 12’s free. (tickets go on sale in May). Booking has now opened: • Free Kitchen Garden Tours every Tues & Thurs, 11am. Explore our veg patches and raised beds, peek into our polytunnels, discover our greenhouses, see what's growing in our fruit cages, and say hello to our four-legged and feathered friends! And, as an extra treat, we have 20% off Potting Shed treatments! Call 01761 490490 to book. When? Fri 21 (Somerset Supper) Sun 30 (Party at THE PIG) Tues & Thurs (Kitchen tours) Any more information? Booking requried. See below. Practicalities Booking required for some or all of your events, even if free? Yes Is there a charge for some events, even if others are free? Yes Any special directions? No How to book Fri 21: Sun 30: Address Hunstrete House Hunstrete, Pensford Bath BS39 4NS Contact ​ Find us online Next

  • Somerset Food Trail Map

    NAVIGATING THE FOOD TRAIL HOW THE FOOD TRAIL WORKS There is not one ‘Somerset Food Trail’. You choose the route yourself based on what catches your eye or whets your appetite. We've divided the Trail into clusters, or areas, to make it easier to navigate. You don’t, of course, have to confine yourself to one area, although each area will offer plenty to see and do. ​ Venues open for set times during the seventeen-day event, and opening times vary according to venue, so check out the venue listing and their website before heading out. The Food Trail Festival is mostly free, although some special events have a modest fee. If you can, book in advance as many events, such as tours and tastings, may have limited numbers. ​ During the festival, participating pubs, cafes and restaurants generally celebrate local food with a special menu. Most are enthusiastic supporters of local, sustainable suppliers anyway. We encourage you to support these businesses by sharing details of them and any locally sourced food they showcase, by referencing @somersetfoodtrail23 and the venue name on Instagram or other social media. "Our characterful food culture is key to nurturing our community spirit, our sense of identity and place; our resilience. Seeking out and buying from local farmers and artisans means fewer food miles, boosts the local economy and helps create jobs and investment. It also means there's more accountability: you get to know HOW food is farmed. " OTHER PRACTICALITIES DISABILITY ACCESS Because many venues, such as farms, are not normally open to visitors, their facilities may be limited. If you have special requirements and are concerned about potential difficulties, please contact the relevant venues directly before setting out. ​ FAMILIES There are many family-friendly activities on the Trail and you are welcome to make the most of them, but please be respectful of venues’ guidance and guidelines around farm animals and machinery and remember that adults are responsible for the supervision of children in their care at all times. ​ DOGS Please consult venues in advance if you want to bring your dog. Many venues are dog-friendly, but dogs and farm animals don't always mix, so it's worth checking. ​ ​ EXPLORING THE TRAIL With nearly 150 farms and food businesses represented on the Trail this year, there’s been a huge amount of information to gather and assimilate by our small team of volunteers. Even though every effort has been made to provide accurate information, we cannot guarantee it, and please be aware that events may be subject to delays or cancellations. The interactive map gives a general idea of the location of venues but may not be 100% accurate. For exact coordinates, please refer to the venue addresses and postcodes (or directions on venue websites), and if you have it, use sat nav GPS or Google Maps on your phone. Out of the way rural venues will have directional signage to help you find your way should modern technology and signals fail. ​ ​


    SOMERSET FOOD TRAIL SPECIAL EVENTS IN WINCANTON & THE CADBURYS We divided the Somerset Food Trail into sections, or clusters, partly to make a large, sprawling area easier to navigate and partly because different areas have quite distinct characters, even when they border each other. Inevitably, however, the distinctions between clusters are rather porous and hazy, and there will be fierce arguments about whether a venue falls into one cluster or another. But, for better or worse, this is how we've done it. Find out what's happening in the Wincanton & The Cadburys cluster by taking a look at the calendar. Alternatively, you might prefer to search according to what's on in the three weekends of the Food Trail, and the two weeks in between – see below. ​ July 2024 Today Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 WINCANTON CALENDAR WHAT'S HAPPENING? SEARCH BY WEEKEND/MIDWEEK The 17-day Food Trail runs across three weekends and the two weeks in between. So we've grouped events according to which weekend or mid-week slot they fall into, and listed them in their clusters. You might find these pages a little easier to navitate than the calendar view because there is so much happening. FIRST WEEKEND Friday 14 to Sunday 16 July 2ND MIDWEEK Monday 24 to Thursday 27 July FIRST MIDWEEK Monday 17 to Thursday 20 July 3RD MIDWEEK Friday 28 to Sunday 30 July 2ND WEEKEND Friday 21 to Sunday 23 July

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