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Humble Country returning to this year’s Thame Food Festival

After a hugely successful debut last year, Humble Country is returning to Thame Food Festival in 2019 with a new and exciting array of homeware and lifestyle exhibitors. The Humble Country marquee will be THE place to shop for stylish eclectic treasures for your home and garden. Come and browse for that “how could I have lived without it” piece or that “once in a lifetime” find. All under one roof and housed in a stylish marquee we are sure there will be something for everyone – from urban dwellers to country folk alike.

This shopping emporium has been dreamt up and brought to life by two local ladies with a love for stylish, quirky homewares and we are excited to see what they have in store for us this year.

Commenting on the news, Lotte Duncan patron and organiser of Thame food Festival said:

“What a delight the Humble Country marquee was at last year’s event! We are absolutely thrilled they are joining us again to add their unique additional dynamic to the Food Festival. Sitting alongside the myriad of artisan and street food stalls we currently have booked, they will be a shoppers dream and promise to be hugely popular amongst foodies and home lovers alike.”

If you would like to find out more about Humble Country or have a homeware or lifestyle business that you would like to get in front of 20,000 + visitors from across the home counties, and feel would fit the Humble Country look then please get in touch by emailing us at info@humblecountry.co.uk or via our website www.humblecountry.co.uk

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