Chelsea press in for Cornish treat
Journalists and VIPs attending Chelsea Flower Show's
press day on Monday 22 May will able to enjoy a genuine taste
of Cornwall when they visit the Cornish Oasis garden at the
Taste of the West Cornwall will be there on press day with
samples of some of Cornwall's best food and drink –
adding a whole new taste dimension to the Cornish Oasis garden.
"It's impossible to celebrate Cornwall without
acknowledging its fantastic food and drink," says
Angie Coombs of Taste of the West Cornwall, "which
is why we're so pleased to be supporting the Cornish
Oasis garden at Chelsea. Real Cornish treats will help make
the garden a genuine oasis for press and VIP guests, providing
refreshment and sustenance to revitalise their minds and bodies
on what is always a very busy day."
At the Cornish Oasis garden Taste of the West Cornwall will
be serving up fresh apple juice from Cornish Orchards near
Liskeard. Cheese biscuits from Blue Mango Bread, Truro will
be topped off with Cornish yarg and garlic yarg cheese from
Lynher Dairy near Truro. Pasty lovers will be able to indulge
in a Proper Cornish pasty from Bodmin, while those in search
of a Cornish cream tea will enjoy clotted cream from Trewithan
Dairy, Lostwithiel and strawberry jam from Boddington's,
Mevagissey, plus traditional fruit cake made with local Cornish
ingredients from the Incredible Fruit Cake Company, Callington.
The Cornish Oasis garden has been created by the South West
Garden Designers Group. Its design encapsulates Cornwall as
a contemporary oasis – a natural woodland glade in which
to relax and admire the beauty of nature. It will depict the
regeneration of Cornwall from a past steeped in myth and fable
to a modern and inspirational place to live and work.
For further information please contact Veronica Newport at
NPR on 01363 866927 or email email@example.com.
The Objective One Programme for Cornwall and the
Isles of Scilly has invested in Cornwall Taste of the West
through the European Agricultural Guidance and Guarantee Fund
Anyone considering a new horticulture, food and
land based industries project is advised to speak with Martin
Butler at Government Office South West on 01752 635134 before
commencing development as there are now only limited funds
available due to the successful uptake of funding by the agricultural
sector in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.
Taste of the West in Cornwall is a £5million Objective
One gateway project, funded by the European Agricultural Guidance
and Guarantee Fund (EAGGF), the Department for Food, Environment
and Rural Affairs (Defra) and private matched funding. It
is part of the Taste of the West regional food group. Taste
of the West's Cornwall project includes a trade development
programme, a marketing grant scheme and a capital grants scheme,
available to small and medium sized food businesses which
produce, sell or process foods in Cornwall and the Isles of
Scilly. For more information log on to www.cornwalltasteofthewest.co.uk.
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