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Saltfest 2014

Salt Fest 2015 was a fantastic event with chance to meet the Romans and find out about find out about the town's fascinating salt history. The 2016 event takes place Saturday 10th – Sunday 11th September. Further information will be added in 2016. In the meantime, please browse the website to find out about the attractions on offer, exhibitors and visiting the event.

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Saltfest 2016 - Stallholders and Exhibitors

The Festival is a great way to sell direct to customers, raise funds and promote your business or community group. Further information and booking forms will be available in early 2016.

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Wychavon District Council

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Salt Fest 2016 Event Programme

Posted on Sep 2, 2016

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About Salt Fest

Posted on Oct 2, 2015

Droitwich Spa Salt Fest started in 2006 to celebrate the town’s unique salt heritage. Since then the event has grown considerably taking place across the whole town centre and attracting thousands of visitors. Whilst the salt heritage and Romans are still important aspects, the event has now become a showcase for the town, businesses and community. Many local groups take part running stalls and organising activities whilst the music showcase features young and up and coming local performers. Salt Fest is a great day out for all the family. Highlights of the 2014 Festival included:   Town History and Salt Heritage   Salt Alley   Town Centre – Saltbarrow Market Displays and activities featuring the town’s unique salt heritage and local history. Learn about the buoyancy properties of brine and how it was used to make salt in the Iron Age over 2,000 years ago. Watch a salt carving demonstration and browse the stalls to learn how the town’s history has been shaped by the underground brine deposits. See model cars powered by salt! Visitors can also enjoy two live performances of “A Flavour of a Salt Maker’s Celebration” depicting a late 17th century Michaelmas Feast. Performances at 11.30am and 2pm. Saturday 10.30am – 4.30pm   Roman and Living History Re-enactment   Vines Park...

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