The Aldeburgh Food Festival, Snape Maltings, Suffolk - 25th September 2010

Isobel and Fred are off in Dublin (on the day of Fred's 2nd birthday, no less) so Nosher is at a loose end. Marc had happened to mention the night before up the pub that it was the Aldeburgh Food Festival this weekend, and so that fitted the bill perfectly.

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previous album: 1940s Steam Weekend, Holt and Sheringham, Norfolk - 18th-19th September 2010

A VW 'splittie' is converted into a chilli-dispensing van

Chilli fron Mendlesham


Monster queues wait for sausages and bacon

Crowds mill around

A house almost entirely covered in virginia creeper

The reeds of the Alde Estuary

A carving, of which part reads 'stand by your cat'

People roam about in the reeds

Barbara Hepworth sculpture at Snape

A glimpse of Snape Maltings as seen through the Hepworth installation 'Family of Man'

Sponsored boardwalk

The river Alde

Inside the largest ex-maltings, coverted to an auditorium

A quintet practices its thing

A small girl plays the tubular bells

A really cool tubular bells installation

An old dude knocks out a tune on the tubular bells

Bright and clear after a downpour

A sign points the way in (on the way out)

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A VW 'splittie' is converted into a chilli-dispensing van