But it’s about more than just food. There will be family entertainment including Tideswell Singers, folk from the Bailey Sisters, and acapella all-female barbershop singing from the quartet Incognito. You can meet local artists and buy their creations at Crafts in the Chancel, in the Parish Church, and visit Tideswell Kitchen Garden to find out more about growing food, buy plants, take part in a tool swap, or take a tour.
There will be free parking, including some disabled parking with flat access, and maps with details of stalls and events will be available on the day. To find out more, keep an eye on Facebook, Twitter and the website.