Food festival returns to Cobham

PUBLISHED: 12:15 26 April 2018 | UPDATED: 12:15 26 April 2018

Last year's Munchies on the Meadow. Picture: Munchies Festival

Last year's Munchies on the Meadow. Picture: Munchies Festival


Cobham’s annual family food festival Munchies on the Meadow will be returning for its sixth year on May 5.

Last year's Munchies on the Meadow. Picture: Munchies FestivalLast year's Munchies on the Meadow. Picture: Munchies Festival

The event will see more than 80 local producers and artisans brining savoury delights, sweet treats and delicious beverages to the Meadow Room.

As always, the food is accompanied by the musical talents of some of the best local bands and this year the appropriately named Sunday Roast join the line-up.

Also included will be cookery demonstrations, foodie talks and the Mini-Munchies kids’ corner.

Entry is £2 for adults and free for children under 12.

Last year's Munchies on the Meadow. Picture: Munchies FestivalLast year's Munchies on the Meadow. Picture: Munchies Festival

Munchies is a fundraising event to help contribute to the improvement of Cobham’s volunteer-run village hall, the Meadow Room.

Tickets and more information is available at and can also be bought in Cobham Community Stores and the Little Shop, Sole Street.

The event will take place from 11.30am to 6pm at The Meadow Room, Cobham.


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