Programme

  • Day One
    12 June 2015 - Opening & Evening Supper/ Film Night
    19:00 - 22:00
    Crail Town Hall - Film Night
    Film Night and launch of the Chocolate Larder activities for the weekend.
    19:15 - 23:00
    Crail Kirk Hall - Evening Supper
    Evening supper at Crail Kirk Hall - an informal celebration of Fife Food, Cookery Demo, Tastings and more.
  • Day Two
    13 June 2015 - Crail Market Day
    10:30 - 16:30
    Food and Drink Emporium - Crail Community Hall
    Local producers will showcase their food and drink including many award winning products, from jam to gin.
    Nikki Storrar
    12:30 - 16:00
    Cookery Theatre - Crail Kirk Hall
    Hosted by award-winning farm shop, Ardross and SRUC Elmwood, the cookery theatre will include chefs from local inns to restaurants from the St Andrews fine dining scene.
    11:30 - 16:00
    Meet the Producers Workshops - Crail Legion Hall
    This provides the opportunity to get hands-on with food and drink, as well as learning more about the produce that is available to sample and purchase over the weekend. It’s a place to meet local fishermen and farmers, to share the story of Fife food and of course, eat it.
    12:00 - 15:00
    EAT Neuk Pop Up Food & Drink Experience - Marketgate and High Street, Crail
    Young people from across Fife will help set up up a variety of creative pop-up street food stalls on the main thoroughfares. It’s grab and go between venues to keep everyone satisfied.
    12:00 - 15:00
    Children's Activities - Marine Hotel
    Creation of a gingerbread artwork led by Sucre Coeur, Pop-Up Cafe and storytelling on a food theme for our younger visitors. This is the place for families to take a rest, have a snack, sit on the lawn and look out to sea, listen to a story and find out more about local produce with opportunities to have fun with food.
    10:30 - 16:30
    The Chocolate Larder - Crail Town Hall
    A celebration of Scottish chocolate with a range of interactive sessions from different chocolate producers and lots of chances to purchase some truly handmade artisan chocolates.
    19:30 - 23:00
    An evening of "Patter and Batter" - Crail Community Hall
    Saturday night promises lots of merry-making with drinks, fun, food and laughter, comedy and magic. Evening entertainment and the chance to celebrate the festival with others make this a great reason to stay overnight. Traditional fish and chips will feature on the menu. Craft ale bar and wine bar.
  • Day Three
    14 June 2015 Crail Harbour Lunch and Market
    11:30 am - 4:30 pm
    Harbour Lunch
    We'll be cooking lunch at Crail Harbour with delicious local produce - come and relax and soak up the atmosphere. Using the iconic Crail Harbour as the backdrop, street food vendors and local producers will come together to host a massive picnic for visitors. Shellfish, smokies, ice cream, hog roast and veggie dishes will be served while you wait, all washed down with local craft beer or homemade lemonade. These are just some of the goods on offer at the harbour and surrounding streets.
    10:30 - 16:30
    Food and Drink Emporium - Crail Community Hall
    Local producers will showcase their food and drink including many award winning products, from jam to gin.
    Nikki Storrar
    12:30 - 16:00
    Cookery Theatre - Crail Kirk Hall
    Hosted by award-winning farm shop, Ardross and SRUC Elmwood, the cookery theatre will include chefs from local inns to restaurants from the St Andrews fine dining scene. Venue Crail Kirk Hall.
    11:30 - 16:00
    Meet the Producers Workshops - Crail Legion Hall
    This provides the opportunity to get hands-on with food and drink, as well as learning more about the produce that is available to sample and purchase over the weekend. It’s a place to meet local fisherman and farmers, to share the story of Fife food and of course, eat it.
    12:00 - 15:00
    Children's Activities - Marine Hotel
    Creation of a gingerbread artwork led by Sucre Coeur, Pop-Up Cafe and storytelling on a food theme for our younger visitors. This is the place for families to take a rest, have a snack, sit on the lawnand look out to sea, listen to a story and find out more about local produce with opportunities to have fun with food.
    10:30 - 16:30
    The Chocolate Larder - Crail Town Hall
    A celebration of Scottish chocolate with a range of interactive sessions from different chocolate producers and lots of chances to purchase some truly handmade artisan chocolates.

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