08 May, 2012
Truro's Lemon Quay is preparing to host a
celebration of food and drink in Cornwall this month.
The event, organised in conjunction with Truro Farmers' Market,
will allow consumers to enjoy the food on offer, but also see the
60 producers speaking with visitors about what they are selling and
the techniques used to make the items, reported
It is being billed as one of the largest farmers' markets to
take place in the region and will see crafts as well as produce
take centre-stage. Deli Farm Charcuterie, Cornish Cuisine, Cornish
Sea Salt and St Ives Brewery are among the names due to appear.
Neil Scott, Totally Truro business improvement district manager,
said: "It's great to see the market not only in the heart of Truro
but also in the heart of the major community events such as the
Queen's Diamond Jubilee celebrations."
The farmers' market takes place on Friday May 11th and Saturday
May 12th, but just days after that Lemon Quay will be in the
spotlight once more when the Cornwall Business Fair opens at the
According to businesscornwall.co.uk, former rugby union star
Phil Vickery - who grew up in the South West - will be on hand to
open this year's edition of the business event on May 16th. The
occasion forms part of Cornwall Business Week and is being
co-hosted by Cornwall Chamber of Commerce alongside start-up
support organisation Outset Cornwall.
Source: Vertical Leap