Family Fun at Sheffield Food Festival 2018
Millennium Square and the Winter Garden
Come and have your photo taken on the Whirlow Hall Farm tractor, find out more about the bee hive or get involved with craft activities taking place on Millennium Square. From 11am – 3pm each day, there are some great hands-on activities taking place in the Winter Garden.
Please note that all children must be accompanied by an adult to take part in activities.
Winter Garden Activities (11am – 3pm)
Saturday 26th May
A Sheffield Food Festival twist to everyone’s playtime favourite, everything you need to make a crazy fruit and veg head will be provided. There will be fruit & veg head selfies to share on social media, and a competition for the best head ever!! Activity provided by Regather & Youth Discovery Ventures, with help from the European Volunteering Service team.
Food for the Future
How do you make a lab-grown burger? Will we all be eating insects by 2050? What would we have left to eat if bees died out? Come and find out with the Sheffield Branch of the British Science Association! Join us to learn about key issues and trends in food sustainability, take part in fun hands-on activities and even design your very own future food!”
Sunday 27th May
Ignite Imaginations will be running a fun fimo activity for children and adults in the Winter Gardens. Pop along and make your ‘yummy’ food badge, keyring or fridge magnet which you can take home and bake.
Messy, Yummy, Fun!
Join Proove Pizza for some Messy, Yummy, Fun! Find out all about pizza and have a go at making your own. The best bit is that you get to eat it too! Make your own pizza £4.50 Make a pizza dolce £3 Make both £6
Monday 28th May
Free Cakes for Kids Sheffield will be running fun and tasty biscuit decorating activities in the Winter Gardens for kids of all ages! You can get involved in the fun and decorate biscuits with icing, sprinkles and sweet treats – and take them home to enjoy.
Kids seed planting activity
Kids love growing their own veg & once they have grown their own they are more likely to eat them and they’ll have learned a little bit about where food comes from. So come and Join the Heeley City Farm team where kids can decorate their own pot and plant some veggie seeds to take home. Even if you don’t have a garden you can grow your own delicious vegetables in a window box or on a balcony, it’s easy!