Liverpool’s urban market Capstan’s Bazaar at Farm Feast this weekend

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Capstan's Bazaar


Now in their fifth year, the Bazaar has built a strong reputation for celebrating local independent businesses and artisans and their home-grown produce.

With hoards of cultural revelers set to visit Farm Feast’s extravaganza of music, food and drink – the Bazaar couldn’t be better placed.Capstan's Bazaar

Capstan’s Bazaar founder Laura Chapman said: “Farm Feast will provide an ideal setting for the Bazaar and we are delighted to add some of the finest arts and crafters to a fantastic food, drink and music offer.

“Our Bazaars give a platform to both up and coming and existing independent bushiness and artists. If anyone is interested in taking part in future events we are always keen to hear from talented creatives. Just mail at for more information and an application form. We still have selected stalls available for Liverpool Loves in August so get in touch!”

Farm Feast 2015 is a celebration of high quality, locally sourced food and drink with homegrown music and live entertainment.

Held in the idyllic rolling fields of Claremont Farm, Andrew Pimbley and his team created the festival, the re-branded, re-imagined Wirral Food & Drink Festival. Now in its second year, it expands on the festival’s traditional elements celebrating local producers and showcasing chef demonstrations while adding music entertainment, and family fun.

For foodies, families or simply those looking for a great day out, Farm Feast is a favourite of the North West’s culinary calendar.

Capstan’s Bazaar at Farm Feast
Claremont Farm, Wirral
Saturday 13 and Sunday 14 June 2015


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