Market in the Park & Street Food Alley
In 2019 we launched our Street Food Alley and it was a huge success! Many of you said that you really appreciated the increased options for food and drink across the village during the day and especially on an evening and so we are bringing it back this year.
Street Food Alley is located on Church Walk, the main driveway of St Bartholomew’s Church. As the Church is being used as a ticketed venue, there will be no inside seating for those who have purchased food, except for Sunday afternoon during the Dan Spicer DJ Set performance which is free of charge.
See below for a full list of vendors who will be selling food and drink at the festival this year.
Our ever-popular Market in the Park will continue to be situated alongside the Bandstand in the Park, and will mostly be a gift and craft market, with activities for children, and a couple of food and drink stalls.
All of the vendors who will be selling items at our festival this year are responsible for ensuring that they operate in a Covid-safe way and we have kindly asked them to manage their own queue systems where appropriate.
Street Food Alley (St. Bart’s Church Yard)
Dabbawalla, renowned for their vegetarian/vegan Indian foods: bhajis, samosa chaats, masala fries, and Thali dishes (curries with accompaniments)
Oi Dumplings, serving traditional and modern Dim Sum, including vegan and vegetarian options
Wood Fired Pizzas
The Horsebox, mobile bar and coffee shop selling hot drinks, alcohol and a range of snacks, including toasties, cakes, smoothies
CoffeEco Eats, serving warm wraps, French toast, vegan pastries, & smoothies
Market in the Park
The Cheese Shop Holmfirth, selling various cheeses, biscuits, bread, & artisan chutneys
The Extraordinary Travelling Gin Co.: serving premium gins, cocktails, prosecco
The Three Fiends Brewhouse, serving a range of craft beers and fine ales
Dinkie Drinkeries, serving speciality coffees, soft drinks and snacks
Summer Dawn Design, selling a wide range of handmade bags, rucksacks, scarves, snoods, face masks, & cushions; all made from locally produced fabrics
Sweet memories, selling a range of traditional sweets and fudges
Personalised gifts, offering various children’s toys and games
Billy Soaps Gruff, selling handmade artisan soaps made from their own goat’s milk
Colne Valley Crochet, selling a range of artisan crocheted products, including, adult hats & gloves, baby clothes and nursery décor
Colne Valley Inclusive