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Cobham food and drink festival is a big success

PUBLISHED: 07:00 08 May 2014

Lisa Davies Big Band were among those who provided live music on the day

Lisa Davies Big Band were among those who provided live music on the day

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Visitors enjoyed local produce and entertainment at a family food and drink festival in Cobham.

10-year-old brownie Emma Ashby helped Cobham Community Stores on the day10-year-old brownie Emma Ashby helped Cobham Community Stores on the day

The “Munchies on the Meadow” event took place at The Meadow Room, Cobham, on May 3.

Music was provided by the Lisa Davies Big Band and a number of Kent stallholders were present.

Andy Sinclair, of Chatham’s Nelsons Brewery. said: “We love supporting this particular charitable event and Cobham always drinks us dry!”

Matthew Peterson-Pearce, the event’s organiser, said: “This is our second year for Munchies, and we’re thrilled with the huge turn out and all the smiling faces.

“The event couldn’t have happened without the incredible support of the whole community, from the Brownies and the WI, to Cobham Community Stores, the local producers, fantastic entertainers and everyone who turned up on the day. We’re already planning for next year!”

The event is organised by volunteers in aid of the Meadow Room charity. For more information visit meadowroom.org.uk.


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