We all like, and need, great food over the weekend and we have a nice range for you in various places at the festival.
Food traders play a hugely important role for festival goers as they are always open at the times when they are needed, they provide a much needed finance stream into the festivals struggling coffers and they provide a great atmosphere where you can enjoy a bit of down time whilst sampling some of their goods. Please support them as they need us as much as we need them
On Island Park
We aim to provide a range of different foods at the festival to suit all tastes.
Long gone are the days when we had someone like our old favourites, Chez Nous, where you could sit down and have a full scale quality meal.
However we do hope that the choices we are able to provide will suit what you want whether it's a great cup of Coffee or a slap up plate of Fish & Chips.
Here are some of the people we have so far on the park:
Whitby Fish & Chips
Fresh fish brought all the way from Whitby with these great Fish and Chips chaps. Delicious!
Moor & Coast Glen, 01947 820408, firstname.lastname@example.org
The lovely Sonia and Simon will charm you into trying one of her delicious Crepes with a variety of savoury and sweet fillings. Lush Creperie
Simon & Sonia Smale,, 07783 422386 email@example.com
Fernando has the Churro Wagon with the popular Spanish style doughnuts. Also a small range of multi-coloured ice cream Fernando
ThisWood Burning Pizza oven produced a delightfully flavoursome pizza. Some proper gourmet burgers are on offer too. Fernando
Splitscreen Ice Cream
With their vintage VW van Splitscreen supply some of the best local Ice Cream. Luvverly stuff.
Aimee Dimbleby, 07730 593766, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Sausage and Sweet Carts
Some of the best and biggest sausages you could want all served up with a choice of accompaniments.
The sweet stall next to it has a huge range of sticky and sweet items to make your mouth water
Nerys, 07581 267714
Richard Browning, 01225 767508
Pete & Sue Booton
Cheryl Klukowski Stevenson
Around the Town
A number of outlets also support the festival in some way and here are a few:
The Flying Monk
Best cheap, good coffee in the high street at around a pound a cup. A nice range of food and cakes too.
A great place for a quality snack next to the Buttercross
at the top of the high street. Great food and good range
of drinks available all day
Sarah Jaynes tea rooms at the top of the High street. Great range of foods and drinks. Lovely staff and great service
|West Cornwall Pasty Co.|
This is a multi national which would usually not get involved with but they do support us by giving free house coffee and tea to our task force. That's worth quite a lot to us. Thanks Costa.
Lilies Tea Room
A delightful little tea room right in the high street. This was previously known as Number One. A great range of teas, Coffees and other refreshments.