As ever, we’ll be inviting many different food kitchens and drinks bars to ensure that there will be something for everyone. Having two main food areas, one by the lower grandstand at the bottom of the hill, the other in the paddock by the entertainment stage, has always worked well so that’s probably what we’ll do again.
The locally made cider outlet proved popular in 2019, particularly on the warmest Saturday for years, as did the pig roast next to the grandstand when it rained. Across the event, you can count on there being everything from bratwurst to brioche, all day breakfasts (open early for the Hill entrants this year), plus more innovative offerings like South African street food and churros. If you have to ask what they are, then make sure they’re on your list when you come in September.
The beer tent with its locally brewed Kop Hill ale will be back: so should the gin and prosecco bar.
Also, following the huge success of the spectator viewing walkways running up the hill, we will again be locating coffee and other drinks outlets all the way up to the woodland viewing area. Look out too for the return of the traditional bicycle ice cream cart and the frozen yoghurt van.
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