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Food and Drink Festival is a Tasty Affair

Friday, 18 October 2013

A food and drink festival hosted by Bolton School proved to be a very tasty affair.

The event was organised by Junior Boys’ Parents Association and parents, pupils and visitors enjoyed tucking into the many delicacies on offer.

Highlights of the evening included pizzas from an outdoors wood-fire oven, with people sitting outside in the mild autumnal evening and acoustic guitar music and singing from Sam Critchlow of Bolton School Sixth Form.

Foods on offer included curries, Spanish dips, jams, pickles, cheeses, chocolates, fudge, cakes and there was a gamekeeper selling wild boar, deer, game pie and pigeon. Drinks included Mr Fitzpatrick’s cordials and different sweet flavours of vodka. There were also a few non-food and drink stalls selling crafts etc.

The event was organised as a social get-together and money raised from the raffle and hire of stalls will go towards buying playground equipment for the Junior Boys.

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Bolton School Food and Drink Festival

Pupils and visitors enjoyed tucking into the many delicacies on offer