Each year the festival celebrates the food and drink production of Angus and this year will be on the theme of Water & Time. The day-long programme on Saturday, August 5 includes many local producers who will tell you all about how they make and grow their products as well as lots of opportunities to join workshops and have fun while learning, discussing all the many joys and challenges around contemporary growing.
The day ticket includes access to all events, workshops, walks and talks but some have limited numbers advance booking is advised.
You can also enjoy live music sets and workshops throughout the day which this year have been programmed with Red Rock Music.
A spokesperson said: “Book for our first Summer Banquet and dine outside in the beautiful grounds of Hospitalfield with a gathering of fifty people who are enthusiastic about local growing and great food.
"This is the brilliant idea of our head chef Elaine Chalmers, who is creating a food and drink menu inspired by the abundance of seasonal produce of the county. Expect a feast of flavours using the herbs grown here at Hospitalfield as well as produce from Hope organic garden and Rottal vegetable garden. This is the first of a series of monthly banquets to take place over August and September onwards. Book your place at the table.”
Tickets are available via the Hospitalfield website.