So, who are the people behind the organisation of the second Bude For Food Festival 2015? May we introduce the many people turning cogs and burning the midnight oil who are passionate about getting Bude on the culinary map.




From left to right:

At the back:

Lara Trewin – Our Social Media Maestro. Social Media Manager for Trewin Design Architects as well as Bude For Food. Mum to Joseph & Toby and a passionate trail runner. Making sure the news from the festival is filtering out to all our wonderful supporters through all our social media platforms.  Twitter: @LaraTrewin @DevonArchitect

Gavin Warland – Our Health & Safety Hero! Dad to Caitlin, Oliver & Finley. Fabulous photographer, problem solver and all round good guy. Twitter: @gavinwarland

Jamie Stephenson – Head honcho at Elements and La Bocca Pizza Kitchen, Dad to Freddie and Barney, logistics, problem solving and Big Chief Walkie Talkie at the Festival. Twitter: @HotelBude @La_Bocca_Bude

Beth Lewitt – Entertainment and music event planning, Queen of The Beach House, community and education focussed. An arbiter of style and festival fun & funk. Twitter: @Beachhousebay

At the front:

Fionagh Harding – Driving force, uber foodie, half of Cornish Charcuterie and Norton Barton Artisan Food Village. Mum to Kitty, Lily, Will and Ben. Taking care of our myriad of exhibitors and organising our programme of chef demonstrations as well as keeping the committee on track. Twitter: @cornisharcuteri @Fi_Bude

Richard Harding – our numbers man, chairman of the committee and the voice of reason. Dad to Kitty, Lily, Will and Ben and the other half of Cornish Charcuterie and Norton Barton Artisan Food Village. Twitter: @cornisharcuteri @hardingrw

Francis Parody-Candea  – Chef, half of Popti Cornish Bakehouse and Dad to Luis, Gabriel & Noah. Twitter: @poptibude

Ali Beech – Ideas generator and head scout for the very best local food producers and artisan street food concessions to bring to the Festival. Ali is the force behind the festivals restaurant trail, incorporating over 50 local food outlets.  Mum to Gabriel & Noah and half of Popti Cornish Bakehouse. Twitter: @poptibude

Sally Gostick – Super Organised, Mum to Jake, Project Manager at Good Mud Community Project in Bude growing food for the Bude Food Bank. Organic and Slow Food proponent and has the knack to make even the most tedious logistics seem fun. Twitter: @SallyGostick