Sue Quinn will be signing copies of her latest book!

Leave your car at home and come by bus!

Come along to the festival and meet award winning food writer Sue Quinn! She will be demonstrating in the Cookery Theatre at 11.15am on Saturday 8th June using recipes from her latest book ‘Second Helpings’.

Sue is an award winning food writer, cookbook author and journalist who lives with her family in Bournemouth. She has published fourteen cookery books and will be talking about her latest book ‘Second Helpings’, an amazing book which should be in every kitchen, as it uses left overs in a most imaginative way. Her articles and recipes regularly appear in the UK’s leading food publications including the Telegraph, Sunday Times, Guardian and BBC Good Food. She has won the Guild of Food Writers award for her work on British Food and Fortnum and Mason’s on line Food Writer award. Born in Australia she began her career as a news reporter before moving to London.

Leave your car at home and come by bus!

This year getting to the festival will be even easier as festival supporters There is already a regular bus service to Highcliffe on a Saturday but Morebus are increasing its Sunday Service, by an extra bus each hour on the Bournemouth to Lymington Route.

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Morebus General Manager, Richard Wade says “We are pleased to support the Highcliffe Food and Arts Festival for 2024 with an enhanced timetable on our X1 route for Sunday 09 June. We’ve added more journeys to allow as many people as possible to visit the festival by bus. Whether you live along the route or want to connect to this service from other areas, bus travel is a great option. Make the most of the £2 single fare cap over the weekend and kids under 7 travel for free, so sit back, let us do the driving and enjoy the festival!”

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