Save The Date: BITE Festival 2014 1 To 9 February

Celebrating fabulous food and passionate producers, talented chefs and wonderful epicurean experiences, Chipping Campden in the Cotswolds becomes a foodie haven for nine days from the 1st February when the BITE Festival turns a quieter time of year, into a taste-bud extravaganza.

The Festival will include high tea with famed international pastry chef Claire Clark MBE, a literary lunch with Arrabella Weir, dinner with Antony Worrall Thompson, a Great Indian Food Feast with Urban Rajah Ivor Peters and Indunil Sanchi, Champagne Afternoon Tea with Eric Lanlard, the Cotswold Breweries Beer Safari, an Artisan Food Market, a Children’s Tea Party with Annabel Waley Cohen and Hatty Speed alongside a host of delectable delights.

We hope you can join us for a festival of foodie delights. More to come soon...

Dates for you Diary:

Saturday 1st February: Combined Services Culinary Arts Team Dinner, Cotswold House Hotel & Spa

Sunday 2nd February: Afternoon Tea with Claire Clarke MBE

Monday 3rd February: Chipping Campden School Cookery Competition

Monday 3rd February: Delicious moment Lunch at Dormy House Hotel with Dhruv Baker

Monday 3rd February: My Waitrose Supper at The Kingham Plough with Emily Watkins

Tuesday 4th February: Literary Lunch with Arabella Weir: The Real Me is Thin

Tuesday 4th February: Sweet Things from local food writer and stylist extraordinaire Annie Rigg

Wednesday 5th February: Chocolat: Celebrate Eric Lanlard's favourite ingredient over a Champagne Afternoon Tea, Cotswold House Hotel & Spa

Wednesday 5th February: An Evening with Antony Worrall Thompson

Thursday 6th February: A Celebration of Elizabeth David with Jill Norman

Thursday 6th February: Jill Norman Spice Demystification

Thursday 6th February: Great Indian Food Feast with Indunil Sanchi and The Urban Rajah

Friday 7th February: Señor Ceviche Peruvian Pop-up Restaurant, Ebrington Arms

Friday 7th February: Family Life and Other Recipes – meet award-winning food writer Elisabeth Luard

Saturday 8th February: Cooking with the Family with Elisabeth Luard

Saturday 8th February: Children’s Tea Party with Hats and Bells with Annabel Waley Cohen and Hatty Speed

Saturday 8th February: Cotswold Beer Safari

Throughout: Daylesford Cookery School

Artisan Food Market in Market Hall, Chipping Campden

Throughout: Book Signings

Sunday 9th February: Pop-up Opera, Cotswold House Hotel & Spa

Admission: Free and Paid for Events
Location: Chipping Campden & across the Cotswolds
Twitter: @BITE2014


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