Friday 11 December 2015
A new campaign has been launched to promote the tasty food and drink products of the Chilterns that help to make the area so distinctive.
The Chilterns Tourism Network launched the ‘Taste of the Chilterns’ campaign at Tring Brewery on December 8th, to highlight the Chilterns’ food and drink heritage. Working with local suppliers and owners of quality pubs and restaurants, the Chilterns Tourism Network’s new campaign aims to share with visitors and locals, the culinary delights that can be enjoyed right here including: products that take their inspiration from the landscape, championing the markets and shops where these products can be bought, as well as those places that offer the opportunity for you to get stuck in and help.
A ‘Taste of the Chilterns’ is supported by award-wining local food entrepreneur Becky Salisbury who says: “Good food is such an important part of a destination, and if we can promote it as integral to really experiencing what the Chilterns has to offer, so much the better."
The campaign will include new immersive food trails that combine must-see landmarks with local hidden gems to help you get a real taste of the Chilterns. Each itinerary links to a handy online guide for that particular foodie destination including places to stay, walks and cycling routes and all the details you need to plan your visit.
More information plus the online guides can be found on the Visit Chilterns website
The Chilterns Conservation Board and the following Food and Drink ambassadors are sponsoring this campaign: No2 Pound Street, Tring Brewery, The Crown at Radnage, Alford Arms and the Royal Oak in Marlow.