We’re not ribbing - come and meat the best bacon buttie makers in town!
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A POPULAR bacon buttie festival makes an appearance for the second year running to raise money for St Peter’s Church in March.
eturn of the rasher sees a collection of gourmet bacon baps including an option that could cure all ills - the churchwarden’s chilli challenge of a baguette filled with bacon and fiercely hot home-made chilli sauce.
Among the feast of a menu will be a Saint Pierre of brie and barbecued bacon, Spam and Deliver of a bap with barbecued bacon, spam and tomato ketchup, bacon and humus and vegetarian options.
Also at the festival will be the human fruit machine, games, books and cake stalls.
Churchwarden Andrew Wright said; “This year’s Bacon Buttie Festival is going to be great fun, and visitors are going to have really enjoyable time.
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“There’ll be all the old favourites and some new attractions as well, including one or two new additions to the menu and some vegetarian options.”
Live music will feature at this year’s Bacon Buttie Festival thanks to March brass ensemble Variante who perform a selection of well-known tunes from their repertoire.
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Fundraising manager Paul Roberts said; “The Bacon Buttie Festival is as much fun for us as it is for the good people of March. “It takes hard work and a load of organising but, when you see everyone enjoying good food and having fun at the same time, it’s worth all the effort.”
This year’s festival will feature a new initiative called ‘Ten Sofas – Ten Minutes’ a project designed to stimulate conversation and networking in Cambridgeshire to empower local people to build a better society for the future.
The festival is on Saturday July 13 from 9-1.