July 25 2013

The Great Bath Feast Pavilion – call for participants

Plans for this year’s Great Bath Feast (October 1-31) are gathering momentum faster than you can say “tuck in” – the programme (being finalised at this very moment) already details almost 100 events and includes some 150 businesses, all of whom are participating in promotions, offers and trails. Meanwhile, the website will be constantly extended and updated over the next couple of months… in summary the Heritage City is preparing for the most exciting October we’ve ever seen.

Introducing a brand new element this year, GBF organisers Bath Tourism Plus and Bath BID are proud to reveal plans for The Great Bath Feast Pavilion: a grand marquee located outside the Roman Baths on Stall Street, open for 9 days from October 12-20. The Pavilion will play host to an action packed programme of foodie events and entertainment resulting in an unmissable city centre profile for the GBF in its entirety.

The organisers have a series 36 sessions at the GBF Pavilion to offer to interested businesses (4 x 2-hour sessions each day, from 10.30am, 12.30pm and 6pm) within this eminently flexible space. Initial ideas for sessions so far include cocktail classes, cider, wine and beer tastings, foodie debates, vintage afternoon teas, chef talks, coffee demos, cake decorating classes….has anything stimulated your imagination yet? If so, act fast; slots will be allocated on a first come, first served basis, and are destined to become very popular indeed. Organisers will provide all the necessary space, power, seating, tables, AV etc. and will manage the space, administer your audience and promote your event. In return, businesses are asked to pay a nominal contribution of £50 for the session. Sound tasty? Email nick_brooks-sykes@bathtourism.co.uk and vicky_bunt@bathtourism.co.uk today!

**Great Bath Feasters, don’t forget! The next Feast Forum will take place at 6pm on Monday 2 September at Gascoyne Place**

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