Tuesday, February 20, 2007

Potato Fayre at Crawfordsburn Country Park

Back in the middle of October I posted about an apply-flavoured afternoon down at Crawfordsburn Country Park. There was apple tasting, free fresh crushed apple juice, and a selection of animals that eat apples. All organised by the Environment & Heritage Service.

Well, this weekend, between 11am and 4pm on Saturday 24 and Sunday 25th February, the EHS is back in Crawfordsburn Country Park with a Potato Fayre.

Since there wasn’t any cider on show last time, there’s unlikely to be vodka tasting this time! But then, admission is free.

Why not go along and taste spuds in different dishes, find out how to grow them, and eat chips from a van parked around the back of the café. (I made that last bit up!)

1 comment:

John Self said...

Reminds me of an old David Baddiel (or possible Rob Newman) joke: "Do they think that if they spell it FAYRE more people will come?" Something I've always wondered too...