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Event Preview: Big Feed Glasgow – 25th to 26th March

By Emma @glasgowfoodie

If you missed out on Big Feed then don't worry it's back and it's this weekend.

The first Big Feed earlier in the month drew huge crowds, and some lessons learned on how much Glasgow needs this kind of thing. The next Big Feed will return on Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th March with some new additions to the foodie fest, as well as returning vendors.

So what's on offer .....

Returning champions include Chompsky, Street Food Putter Club, Charlie Mills Coffee, ShrimpWreck, Nomad Pizza and Freddy and Hicks, while Big Feed newcomers Firedog, The Buffalo Truck, Haggisman, Bruadair, Julie's Street Kitchen, The Travelling Tea Room and Thorntonhall Farmhouse Ice Cream all join the gang.

Where is it...

Located inside a warehouse at 249 Govan Road is run by Glasgow the Caring City - a charity which supports children and young people in crisis at home and overseas in a number of ways, including providing skills to help them gain employment.

What's it all about...

Food and supporting charity. Big Feed utilised Glasgow the Caring City apprentices to prepare for the event and build on their skills. Big Feed use their venue and donate a share of the proceeds as well. You get to taste good food and help.

Event Preview: Big Feed Glasgow – 25th to 26th March

Location:

249 Govan Rd Glasgow, G51 5HJ

Date and Time:

Saturday 25th March 2017 - 12 noon to 10 pm
Sunday 26th March 2017 - 12 noon to 7 pm

There is a £1 entry fee on the door (proceeds to Glasgow the Caring City) and free entry for kids under 10 years old.

Free parking is also available.

Come say hello

Event Preview: Big Feed Glasgow – 25th to 26th March
Event Preview: Big Feed Glasgow – 25th to 26th March
Event Preview: Big Feed Glasgow – 25th to 26th March
Event Preview: Big Feed Glasgow – 25th to 26th March

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