The best of British at Chichester food fayre

Tommy Ware Jnr, one of the owners of South Parade Pier.  Picture: Sarah Standing

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THE ‘best of British’ will be celebrated at the fifth Chichester local food fayre from tomorrow to Sunday.

Cllr John Connor, district council member for the environment, said the theme tied in with all the celebrations 2012 had to offer.

‘We have some great competitions for visitors of all ages,’ he said. ‘There will be a food fayre quiz for children. There’s a competition for all the family – come dressed up as the best of British, and you could win either a food fayre hamper or £25 in vouchers.

‘Simply pop over to the council’s stall by the Cross and have your photo taken and then we will choose the best adult and best child costume.’

The food fayre is run by the council’s farmers market team to give local businesses, some of whom cannot appear at the market on a regular basis, a chance to show their culinary delights.

Up to 50 local stalls will set up each day in North Street and East Street. Younger visitors can enjoy a mobile farm on site on Sunday, which will take place on Magnus Court, behind Marks and Spencer.

Opening times are 9am to 5pm on Friday and Saturday and 10am to 4pm on Sunday.

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