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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Southburgh Festival’s food offering is an important part of the experience as we bring different tastes and flavours from across the globe to enhance your experience. We also love to work with local caterers and this year we are very pleased to include at the festival; Mustard Pot Outdoor Kitchen; locally sourced hog roast, burgers and hot dogs, Chaat; amazing Indian street food, Moo-cow; delicious ice creams and milkshakes, Kathy with yummy Sunrise Crepes, Spicy Coral Bay Caribbean food and many more food stands TBC.

Mudeka Foundation

The bar and stalls raises money which goes straight to benefit orphans in Zimbabwe through education support. The Mudeka Foundation will have a stand, please come and say Hello. Volunteers and trustees will be there if you’d like to find out more about our work, how to donate or sponsor a child at school in Zimbabwe.
There is an additional £1 charge for Saturday daytime car-park, proceeds will be shared between Mudeka Foundation and North Elmham Young Farmers.

Take advantage with the breakfast on Saturday and delicious Full English on Sunday run by the foundation. We are very grateful to local businesses Hingham eggs, The Mustard Pot and Anema’s Farm shop for donating ingredients for the breakfast.

Please visit to see their new website and click here to order your breakfast.

Gates close at 12noon on Sunday



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