Manchester’s Corn Exchange lives up to its name next weekend as the historic building plays host the biggest independent produce event the city has seen in some time. Tracing back to its original roots for the first time in almost a century, the region’s finest grocers will come together under the Corn Exchange’s roof to turn the building into a foodie destination, presenting the best locally produced food and drink on offer. Making an appearance over the weekend will be Mark Addy’s esteemed head chef Robert Owen Brown (pictured), plus Susan’s Farm House Fudge, Pig & Co, Bobby’s Bangers, The Moocher and Reserve Wines and other renowned local retailers. So whether you’re a food fanatic or simply want to take in the event’s historic elements – and show your support – be sure to make the trip down and relive the Corn Exchange’s heyday while soaking up the city’s food and culture in all its authenticity.

Fri 28 – Sun 30 Jun, The Corn Exchange, Exchange Square, M4 3TR, Tel: 0161 834 8961, FREE entry,

Fri 28 Jun - Sun 30 Jun
Hannah Phillips
Published on:
Fri 21 Jun 2013