SUNDAY 29 JULY 2018
WHAT IT’S ALL ABOUT
Hello, and welcome to our website
It was great to see so many people visit the festival in 2017, and judging by your comments, it no wonder Saltburn Food Festival was flagged up by The Sunday Times as a reason why Saltburn is “one of the best places to live in the UK.”
We had an incredible array of food, drink, art, events and demonstrations all packed into a day beside the sea-side. Many of you made a weekend of it and I know our local cafes and hotels were very pleased to see you.
We had more than 100 stalls for the first time – some of the best local food producers from the North East and North Yorkshire and the new pedestrianised areas worked so well we are going to do it all again in 2018!
The town was transformed into a buzzing Festival village!
Scroll down the page and see what was happening on the day itself and start to plan out your visit in 2018. Save the date for 2018 – Sunday July 29th
Admission to the Festival is FREE
WHAT WE’RE ABOUT
We love bringing good local food right into the heart of the town we’re proud to call home, and we also run Saltburn’s popular monthly Farmers Market, held on the second Saturday of the month.
The Food Festival was inspired by a relaxing family holiday to the historic French wine region of Bergerac on the North Bank of the Dordogne.
We were sitting at a night market, enjoying good local food right there in the street, and we loved the sense of community and togetherness around the whole place.
We thought there was nothing they were doing in France that we couldn’t do in towns and villages in this country, so we decided to give it a go right here in Saltburn
And here we are!
Saltburn Food Festival Street Market
Milton Street, 10am – 6pm
- A bustling street market, with more than 100 stalls bringing a mix of fantastic tastes and smells to town. See the map and Click on the categories below to see what exciting treats await…
Hot, Spicy & Street Food
- Anna’s Tapas (Hot & Cold Spanish specials).
- Armenian Family Street Bar (Armenian street food, flatbreads & Georgian Khachapuri).
- Bumblebee Creperie (Hot crepes).
- Café Nobia (Hot African Food).
- Crispy Conewich (Mexican tortilla cones, with meat or veg filling of your choice).
- Fairley’s Condiments (BBQ Sauces & meat rubs).
- Kettle Corn (Freshly popped pop-corn).
- Lodge Farm (Handmade burgers & giant hot dogs).
- Mailbox American Street Eats (Buttermilk fried organic chicken).
- Mivesi Café (Hot Bangladeshi food & spice kits).
- N&J Catering (Hot Chinese style noodles).
- Oakhouse Grills (Hot smoked lamb & beef patties).
- Oodles Noodles (Noodles).
- Parm Star (Street Parmo’s for festival foodies).
- Prime Catering (Hot German food).
- Real Meals (Street seafood specials).
- Really Indian Ltd (Indian sauces & snacks).
- Rural Products (Portuguese Food).
- Screaming Chilli Chimp (Chilli Sauces).
- Smoklahoma (Pulled Pork).
- Swine Dining (Hog Roast).
- Tandoori Naan Hut (Indian Food).
- The Dough Rollers (Wood-fired pizza oven).
- The Little Indian (Indian Hot Food).
- The Little Korean (Hot Korean BBQ).
- The Velveteen Rabbit Luncheon Club (Hot Cajun food / pies & pastries).
- The Waffle Company (Belgian waffles).
- Twisted Chilli (Spice Kits).
- Urban Soup (Soup).
- Yorkshire Chillies (Chilli Plants).
Cakes, Bakers, Chocolate, Fudge, Ice Cream, Jams, Honey & Preserves
- Acorn Preserves (Preserves).
- Amos & Welsh (Bakery).
- Archers Ice Cream (Ice Cream).
- Beez Neez Apiary (Honey & Jams).
- Brickyard Bakery (Artisan bread & cakes).
- Brown & Blond (Brownies).
- Burtree Puddings (Puddings & tray bakes).
- Chapmans Cheesecakes (Cheesecakes).
- Chunk Chocolates (Chocolate).
- Cossack Cuisine (Russian sweet & savoury bakery).
- Crumble & Slice (Cakes).
- Jean’s Jams (Jams).
- Labour of Loaf (Bakery).
- Puckett’s Pickles (Jams & preserves).
- The Gingerbread Mam (Homemade Ginger Wine & gingerbread specials).
- The Fudge Station (Fudge).
- The Fudge Parlour (Fudge).
- The Jar House (Bakery & Baking Kits).
- The Jamporium (Preserves).
- The Moody Baker (Bread).
- The Waffle Company (Belgian Waffles).
- Le Mini Macaron (Macarons).
- Northumbrian Fudge Parlour (Fudge).
- Renaissance Cakes (Cakes).
- Relish (Bakery).
- Rosalind’s Larder (Preserves, Italian Cakes & antipasto).
- Simply Cheesecake (Cheesecakes).
- Sawley Kitchen (Award-winning Shortbread).
- Stateside Treat Emporium (Chocolate).
- Tomkinson’s Bakery (Bread).
- Trillo’s of Whitby (Ice Cream).
- Urban Fudge (Fudge).
- Winnie’s Yorkshire Delights (Marmalades & relishes).
- Yockenthwaite Farm (Granola).
- Yoghurt Delights (Frozen Yoghurt).
Fruit & Veg, Herbs & Oils
- Arches Cookery School (Oils & cooking essentials).
- Dickies Nuts (Nuts).
- Garth Cottage Herbs (Culinary herbs, garlic and infused oils).
- The Johnson Brothers (Fresh fruit & veg).
- Millers (Fresh fruit & veg).
- Organic Pantry (Organic Juice Bar).
- Wildon Grange (Salad Dressings).
- Squeezy Rider (Cycle powered smoothies).
Veggie & Vegan
Well over half the Festival stalls are veggie & vegan-friendly, but specialists include:
- The Green Guerrilla (Hot veggie & vegan Specials).
- Helen’s Hummus (Hummus).
- Shanti (Hot food & veggie curry).
- The Noodle Shack (Noodles).
Lots of stalls have gluten-free options, but specialists include:
- Gluten Free Food Products (Big range of tasty gluten-free pies, scones & quiches).
- The Lily Tree Bakery. (‘Free-from’ sweet & savoury bakery).
Sausages, Meat, Game, Pies & Scotch Eggs
- Broom Mill Farm (Beef, pork, pies, sausages & more, direct from the farm).
- Northumbrian Smokehouse (smoked meats, cheese, fish & houmous).
- Ox Close Traditional Fine Foods (Venison, rabbit & range of wild game from Nth Yorkshire).
- Pie Jackers (Handmade gourmet pies).
- Sausology (Sausages).
- The Clucking Pig (Gourmet Scotch Eggs).
- Three Little Pigs (Salami).
- Wreford’s Farm (Sausages).
Wine, Cheese, Beer, Cider, Prosecco, Gin, Rum & Whisky
- Gatto Bianco (Rum & Prosecco bar).
- Juniper 1933 (Gin bar).
- Lacey’s Cheese (Handmade Cheese from North Yorkshire).
- Lickerish Tooth Distillery (Gin & Vodka).
- Orchards of Husthwaite (Artisan ciders, craft beers & locally made liqueurs).
- Shorty’s Gin (Gin).
- Skinningrove Country Wines (Wines from the sun-kissed shores of Skinningrove).
- Spencerfield Spirits. (Gin & Whisky).
- Teesdale Cheesemakers (Award-winning cheesemakers).
- Tees Cider (Locally brewed artisan cider).
- Weardale Cheese (Cheese).
- Yorkshire Dales Cheese Company (Cheese).
Art, Craft, Gifts & Beauty
- Beehive Beauty Products (Locally made beauty products).
- Claude Frere-Smith (Pottery).
- Crafted in Saltburn (Local art & crafts).
- Denis Bromage (Photography).
- Eve Bennet (Potted houseplants).
- Handmade by Judith (Wooden gifts).
- North York Moors National Park (NYMNP join us to enjoy the day).
- Oak Wine Barrel (tableware made from oak wine barrels)
- RNLI (Fundraising gift stall for the RNLI).
- Steve Brown (North Yorkshire artist).
- Tees Valley Wildlife (gifts & info).
- Tinker’s Treasures (Recycled wooden pallet art & silversmith).
- Wellybix (Hand-baked dog treats. Take something special home for your four-legged friend).
Coffee & Tea
- Coffee Supreme (Coffee).
- Café Vinci (Coffee Van).
- Rounton Coffee (Coffee Bar).
- Ruby Blue (Speciality tea & gifts).
- The Barista Sisters (Coffee Van).
- The Little Coffee Company (Coffee Van)
Live Cookery Theatre: Milton Street
Get set for an incredibly tasty line-up of TV and award-winning chefs taking centre stage right in the heart of town.
Food consultant Irene Myers is your host for the day, putting your questions to the chefs and making sure we all know whats going on!
- 10.30am: Festival favourite Richard Ingram from Middlesbrough College makes a hugely welcome return after charming the crowds on his previous Festival visits.
- 11.30am: Debbie Raw from BBC2’s Further Back in Time For Dinner takes a break from her blossoming TV career and teaching at Malton Cookery School to cook up a Festival treat.
- 12.30pm: Former National Seafood Chef of the Year Rob Green will get the tastebuds tingling here. Owner of Greens’ of Whitby for many years – come and see him here in action.
- 1.30pm: Multi-award-winning chef Richard Johns from Rascills Restaurant in Raskelf, North Yorkshire, takes centre stage for Festival foodies.
- 2.30pm: Steph Moon from BBC2’s Great British Menu will be cooking some fab dishes you can easily make at home!! – simple to produce, but looking & tasting like restaurant quality food.
- 3.30pm:Matt Hunter joins us from the Star Inn the City, York, a spin off from The Star Inn, Harome! A fantastic restaurant with an amazing reputation built on simple Yorkshire cooking and a taste of the countryside.
- 4.30pm: Steph Moon & Rob Green: The Cook Off! Two great chefs go head-to-head here, each of them cooking up a treat from ingredients they’ve bought right here at the Festival. Don’t miss this.
Festival Fringe Around the Town
Lots to see and do around the town on Festival day too
Festival visitors can look forward to lots more than just good local food. A growing number of Saltburn’s buzzing independent shops and businesses are tucking in to help make a busier than ever Festival Fringe throughout the town centre on the day, including:
- A hand-pulled Cider Festival and children’s rides at Saltburn House.
- Black Sheep Brewery on the terrace at The Spa Hotel.
- A Yorkshire Vintage Fair at Saltburn Community Hall.
- Watch for a host of Festival specials at shops including The Book Corner, The LillianDaph Store, Brambles, Ollie B’s, The Sue Ryder Shop, Teesside Hospice, Wags & Whiskers, Carruthers Jewellers, The Station Gallery, The Hygge Room, Saltburn Framing Company, The Sitting Room, Podology, Signals, DV Townend, Alessi’s, Coco & Rum and lots more besides.
Give the car a day off, or beat the traffic along the way!
We have a good range of Public Transport and Park & Ride options this year – and anyone who uses the Park & Ride or Festival Rail Replacement Buses will have chance to win an overnight stay for two, with dinner and breakfast, at Gisborough Hall
It’s all part of a range of public transport and Park & Ride options that include:
Arriva’s X4 express Sunday service between Whitby & Redcar has again been doubled for the summer, calling in at Saltburn every half an hour in both directions.
Additionally, an hourly X4 express runs to and from Middlesbrough.
There’s also an X3 express service between Redcar and Lingdale, calling in at Saltburn via Marske and Skelton respectively.
Park & Ride, Guisborough
There will be a Festival Bus running from Guisborough’s Fountain Street Car Park (TS14 6QF) directly to and from Saltburn.
Buses run every half an hour, with the first bus leaving Guisborough at 9.30am, and the last return leaving Saltburn at 6pm – with a pause for lunch between 1.30pm-2.30pm
Park & Ride, Saltburn
Alternatively, there are park and ride car parks on the outskirts of Saltburn at both the former council Coach Park (opposite Saltburn Golf Club on Saltburn Lane) and the nearby car park of Saltburn Learning Campus (formerly Huntcliff School) off Marske Mill Lane. Buses will run directly into the town centre approximately every 15 minutes. Again there will be a pause for lunch between around 1.30pm and 2.30pm
Trains / Festival Rail Replacement Buses
Due to essential improvement works being carried out on the railway track between midnight on Thursday 27 July until midnight on Tuesday 1 August, trains from Darlington and Middlesbrough are only travelling as far as nearby Redcar during that time.
But, never fear, Northern Rail has doubled the amount of special Festival Rail Replacement Buses running directly to and from Saltburn from both Middlesbrough and Redcar railway stations on Festival day.
They will be running hourly express Festival Rail Replacement Buses direct from Middlesbrough Train Station to and from Saltburn.
And they will also be running Festival Rail Replacement Buses direct from Redcar Train Station to and from Saltburn
Passengers with valid rail tickets to Saltburn will be able to use the Rail Replacement Buses, and Northern Rail staff will be on hand to help guide and advise passengers on the day.
And of course, they will be running buses up and down the train line calling at all Train Stations (Redcar East, Longbeck and Marske) to pick up train passengers and bring them into town.
Good News for Dog Owners
We love dogs, but the Festival does get very busy and isn’t the ideal environment for your furry friend.
Rather than let your dog get stressed, our friends at Paw Pals Saltburn are offering doggy daycare and walks so you can enjoy your day and be sure your dog does too.
They can collect your dog from the festival, walk them and care for them (and fed if required) for either 2 hours or 4 hours, before being returned to you at the festival.
If you just want a short break they will also be offering walks for either 30 minutes or 1 hour.
Advance bookings are available but not essential. For more information or to book, message their facebook page directly here
Or, just come to the festival and look for one of the Paw Pals vehicles (parked either end of Milton Street) and ask a member of their staff.
And, obviously, please don’t leave your dog in the car.
SALTBURN FARMERS’ MARKET
Shortlisted as National Farmers’ Market of the Year in 2014, we continue to bring around 35 of the North East & North Yorkshire’s best independent food producers right into the heart of town on the second Saturday of each month.
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