The sixth Nourish Festival will take place on Saturday 31st August when Bovey Tracey will be overflowing with food, music and craft events from 10 until 5. And Ebb Tides Seaweeds will be in attendanc with our wounderful seaweed products.
Our main street will be filled with great Westcountry food producers along with a mouth-watering selection of street food vendors – there’s no need to go hungry!
A mini- craft festival featuring some of the region’s best makers will take place in the Methodist Hall just around the corner on Le Mollay-Littry Way. And – I almost forgot to mention – the third Nourish Gin Festival will take place in and around the Dartmoor Whisky Distillery at the top of town. While you’re up there, you’ll surely want to check out how Devon’s first whisky is progressing, and also see how the Bovey Paradiso team are getting on with their plan to create a cinema just across the road.
Musically, the festival kicks off on the evening of Friday 30th August with the Brodsky Quartet in the Parish Church, back for their fifth visit to Bovey Tracey.
At lunchtime on the main festival day – Saturday 31st – check out the amazing Meridianum Ensemble at the Baptist Church. You will absolutely love this exciting fusion of folk musics from across Europe, played on an amazing variety of instruments.
And finally the festival’s closing concert on the evening of Saturday 31st August is one of the best-loved and most admired British pianists: Martin Roscoe.