A Tasty Treat for Chelmsford

Following on from the success of the Chelmsford Restaurant Festival, Chelmsford City Council’s Events team is running a campaign of competitions and giveaways between 1 - 10 November 2018, giving you the chance to win some exclusive dining experiences.
The Chelmsford Restaurant Festival (CRF) launched in March this year with the aim of showcasing the local restaurant scene and helping cement Chelmsford as the number one culinary destination for Essex. The social media campaign, will pave the way for next year’s bigger and better Restaurant Festival which will move from Spring to next Autumn following feedback from local restaurants.
Curated by Chelmsford City Events Team, the festival encouraged the local community to try new restaurants and cuisines by promoting exclusive menus and restaurant experiences.
This is your chance to win some exclusive dining experiences from a selection of the City’s most popular eateries including Galvin Green Man, The New London, and The Hare.
To be in with the chance winning some exclusive dining experiences simply follow the social media pages @ChelmsfordRestaurantFestival on Facebook
and @chelmsford_city_events on Instagram, keeping an eye out for details on how to enter each competition.
Alongside the competitions will be an array of restaurant events and promotions including pizza masterclasses, live jazz music, bottomless pizza and Prosecco, Salsa classes, and of course various 2-for-1 meal offers.
The full festival will be back in Autumn 2019 with the addition of new restaurants, events and features. For more information on Chelmsford City Council events
visit http://www.chelmsford.gov.uk/events or email the team at events@chelmsford.gov.uk.

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