|Kendal Town Hall|
There were plenty of tempting stalls once again offering tastings as well as selling yummy locally produced goodies:
I am really hoping that having strawberries and grapes with my chocolate made it less unhealthy:
I did also sample a yummy pork pie but my photograph was terrible! The children loved seeing the farm animals that were there to show where the food all came from:
|My daughter holding tiny chicken|
|Sheep with two lambs|
The lambs were bigger than the ones my daughter held last year so we didn't ask for a cuddle this time!
We had a quick trip to the Brewery for my parents and I to taste a beer at the Beer festival before going to see Just So Stories at the theatre. We all really enjoyed the performance:
Then it was back up the road to more food festival fun. We even found time to nip in to Colin Reynolds (one of my photography course tutors) new photograph shop. Very inspirational to see all his work!
We bought the children their wrist bands for the children's food festival for tomorrow before heading to the Birdcage in time to catch Not Only 4 Boys theatre group (who happen to all be students at the school I work at!):
|Not Only 4 Boys Theatre Group|
Of course my daughter managed to get in on the action:
|Helping make the stage recipe|
Because I know the cast she got to pose afterwards with the main character from the show too:
|Posing with Claude Peppe|
By now my purse was empty and my legs were tired so we headed home. Back tomorrow to see what there is especially for children in the Family Festival Village - just wish we hadn't missed CBBC’s Gastronaut Stefan Gates as he was only on today when we were at the theatre.. oh well!