This Indian street food festival is coming to Arley Hall on 3-4 July

SOME of Manchester's most exciting street food in one of Cheshire's most beautiful settings: Indian Summer Fest at Arley Hall is shaping up to be a fab day out this July.

 It's a two-day celebration of Indian food, art and culture in the quintessentially British setting of this historic house and gardens. 


There'll be street food and drink from the likes of Zouk, Cobra Beer and Gooey. Culture in the form of free yoga classes, Indian-inspired dance performances, and a Rajasthani brass band. Plus a kid's zone with activities for all ages, including circus training, a sandpit, fairground rides, a donkey sanctuary, and more. And don't forget the gin bar and cocktail truck.

  We've got four tickets to giveaway plus a £200 tab to spend on food and drink. If you want to spend a relaxing day in the great outdoors, munching your way through bhangra burgers and chaat, while soaking up the stunning views of Arley Hall (which was used as a setting in Peaky Blinders) get yourself a ticket.


If you can't risk not getting the prize, you can buy your tickets HERE.

The competition has ended.

End Date - 30th June 2021