The Lymington seafood festival just wouldn’t be possible without the help of our local friends and sponsors. Each and every one of them are such valuable contributors to making the event happen, and we’d like to tell you a little more about who they are and what they do…

Ringwood Brewery – Lymington Seafood Festival’s main sponsor, and we’re especially proud to have them with us in their 40th anniversary year. Anyone who came to the festival last summer will remember the stellar job done by our friends at the brewery, who will once again be providing our three main event bars to keep you hydrated all weekend long.

Spencers of the New Forest – These local estate agents know the local property market like the backs of their hands, and will be joining us again this August to tell you everything you need to know about our exceptional local area. If you weren’t already persuaded to move down south, we’re sure the seafood might convince you!

New Forest Cottages – If you’re still looking for somewhere to stay over the weekend, we can’t recommend New Forest Cottages highly enough.  With plenty of places to stay right here in Lymington, you’ll be just a stone’s throw from the festival action and perfectly positioned to stroll or stumble back to your bed for the night.

Chewton Glen – As connoisseurs of excellent cuisine, The Kitchen cookery school at Chewton Glen are an invaluable asset to helping us bring you the best over the festival weekend. The 5-star country hotel has an award-winning restaurant and collaborates with celebrity chef James Martin to cook up the best that New Forest local produce has to offer.

Premier Fish – The go-to supplier for local restaurants, cafes and food stands in Lymington and the local area. Priding themselves on high quality produce, we’re pleased to have them on board again this summer. We can’t wait to see what they bring!

Exton Park Vineyard – Let’s add a bit of class to the weekend, shall we? With English Sparkling Wines now beating Champagne on taste tests, we can’t think of any reason not to keep it local. All Exton Park’s grapes are harvested by hand and the vineyards enjoy the chalky soil of the South Downs, meaning that the carefully managed vines absorb all the minerals that produce distinctive natural flavours.

Lymington Harbour – As the custodians of our spectacular harbour which our festival site is lucky enough to look over, we value our relationship with the Lymington Harbour Commissioners and continue to be grateful for the work they do to protect our local environment. We love our marine community here in Lymington, and this wouldn’t be sustained without their hard work.

We’re looking forward to welcoming all our sponsors to the festival site again this year, and we hope we’ll see you there too!