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Head to Framlingham for a Sausage Feast

Framlingham SausageFest 2015 promises to be a fun-filled and bang-tastic day for all of the family and their dogs, offering all visitors the chance to support regional businesses and taste some delicious sausages along the way.

Visitors can take part in the sausage trail where they taste mouth-watering samples from all of the competing producers, culminating in a public vote and the awarding of the coveted ‘Best Framlingham SausageFest Banger’ trophy.

This year producers will be going for gold in two different categories – ‘Best Winter Sizzler’ and ‘Best Gluten-free Banger’. Thanks to the boom in demand for gluten-free produce, SausageFest is dedicating this brand new category to sizzling out the best gluten-free sausage, all with the help of the dedicated taste-testers!

Ladies-in-pigs-van-1024x682Last year’s winners, Mills & Sons, will be returning to defend their title alongside the likes of Hall Farm, Friends Farm, Lane Farm, Jimmy’s Farm, Five Winds Farm, Cleveleys, Emmerdale Farm Shop, Revetts of Wickham Market and Creaseys’ Butchers. With venues located all over Framlingham, visitors will not only be indulging in some quality produce but exploring the hidden gems of the town, and discovering its independent shops and businesses.

Aside from sausages, there are a number of entertainers, workshops and activities being put on to keep all members of the family occupied. With over 6,000 visitors expected this year, SausageFest 2015 is looking to be the best one yet. Framlingham also boasts an historical castle for anyone looking to move beyond the sausage trail, and transport around Framlingham has been organised so attendees can catch a lift between venues.

Framlingham SausageFest takes place on Saturday 10th October. Tickets cost just £5 and under 5’s go free (£16 for a family ticket). For more information or to purchase tickets, please visit the Framlingham SausageFest website at www.framsausagefest.co.uk.

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