2019 Steyning & District -Food & Drink Festival

The 2019 Steyning & District -Food & Drink Festival is here again, where has the time gone? The Festival runs throughout September and October.  Celebrating the wonderful local produce, with the area’s best artisan food and drink producers and venues. The Festival is organised and run by the Steyning & District Community Partnership, Visitor & Tourism Group.

The Festival charity this year is the Chestnut Tree House Children’s’ Hospice. Serving East and West Sussex, Brighton & Hove and South East Hampshire, they care for 300 children and young adults from 0-19 years of age with progressive life-shortening conditions.

Their goal is to provide the best quality of life for these young people and their families. Offering practical, social and spiritual support throughout each child’s life, however short it may be.

Steyning Farmer’s Market

The festival begins with a bang at the September Steyning Farmers’ Market. Featuring live music and cooking demonstrations.  Incorporating tea parties, foodie walks, a wine tour, beer festival, to star gazing and lots more. For a full list of the amazing programme please click here. There is truly something for everyone this year to enjoy.

Here at Get Waisted we are making all the preparations to ensure it goes off with a bang. With our window dressed to impress to take part in the Best Theme Shop Window.  Judged on the 7th September by Sarah Payne, founder and creative director at Cocoa Loco. Incorporating two categories- food outlets and non-food outlets.


Get Waisted

Here at Get Waisted we offer a tailored bespoke dressmaking experience.

So why not contact us today for your personal consultation for your next adventure with a true WOW factor feel. Or pop into the shop at 98a High Street, Steyning
BN44 3RD. We look forward to seeing you soon.

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