British Biscuit Festival

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Following the Jubilee weekend, a festival dedicated to the delights of the humble biccy – including build a biscuit workshops, a biscuit dunking tournament, a tea and biscuit social, including a tea dance with retro bands, and 'Bisc-ART', a competition to find the best sculpture or work of art composed entirely of... can you guess?

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Mel

Unfortunately, I have to agree with everyone below, it was thoroughly disappointing. After all of the advertised stalls and activities, I arrived on Sunday to find one biscuit stall (which I am sure was great, but had no obviously British 'themed' biscuits', an empty stage, and some overpriced sugary 'cocktails'. A total waste of time! The British Museum won again, thank goodness I hadn't gone all of that way for nothing. What a shame.

Dmitri

truly the most awful experience we have been to as a family! My 11 year old said 'I blame you' and pointed a jabbing finger at me! My 1 year old asked 'what's wrong dada?' . I explained that the people on the stage were not very nice and the stalls were missing so we are going to the British museum instead! after ice cream we all felt much better.