We are pleased to welcome back Norwich Global Village who will be managing the Craft Stalls at the Festival. Last year was a roaring success and helped raise lots of money for the Mudeka Foundation, so don’t forget to bring spending money!

The Small Barn will be taken over by crafts from Southburgh residents, to help support local businesses in the village.


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East Meets West will be selling Indian style and South African home style Curries with veggie options.

JAMROC will be dishing out some delicious Jamaican Jerk Chicken’ Experience a new and exciting flavour sensation direct from the heart and soul of the Caribbean…Jamaica! Lots of different options  including curry goat.

Squilla & Squidge, Will be brining their wholesome delicious street food offering intense Middle Eastern and Maditeranean flavours. Try their Falafel, Hippy Halloumi and perfect pair pita, Super salads pots. All served from from their lovely VW Van!

Barry's burgers, well the festival wouldn't be complete without  some burgers and hot dogs to add to the vibe of good food at the festival. Barry will be cooking up locally produced burgers and hot dogs to help keep the hunger away.

Ice creams and delicious milkshakes by Hundred River Artisan Ice Cream.

Sweet Sunrise Crepes will be keeping your sweet tooth happy with their delicious crepes!

One of the highlights on the festival is our Saturday and Sunday breakfast served by The Mudeka Foundation. It is a great way to fundraise for school projects in Zimbabwe, including the bar which will be open from 6-11.30pm on Friday and 12noon-11.30pm on Saturday. Money raised goes towards paying fees for the disadvantaged orphans education in Zimbabwe. The Mudeka Foundation will also have a stand at the festival, do go and speak to them about various projects they run in schools in Zimbabwe.  Breakfast on Saturday at £4 and Sunday at £6 and will run from 8-10am, booking essential, email

Gates close at 12noon on Sunday