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Harvest at Jimmy's

Start Date:
11/09/2010
End Date:
12/09/2010
Location
Jimmy's Farm, Pannington Hall Lane, Ipswich
Suffolk, IP9 2AR
Food and music combine at this jolly countryside event at Jimmy Doherty's famous Suffolk farm. Top names include Jean Christophe Novelli and Masterchef winner Dhruv Baker, who will be hosting a selection of workshops and demos. Adding spice to proceedings are Angela Hartnett, the Hairy Bikers, Rachel Allen, Valentine Warner, Mark Hix, Tom Parker Bowles and Atul Kochhar- with food from Wahaca, Konstam and the River Cottage Canteen.
 
 
Providing the soundtrack are indie favourites The Zutons, The Hoosiers and The Futureheads, alongside Radio 1's Jo Whiley. Newton Faulkner and Kate Rusby bring the folk, meanwhile, guaranteeing festival goers of all ages and persuasions are throughly entertained. Tickets are priced from £32.50 for a single day, with weekend camping available.
 
 
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