Sponsors & Partners
The Lymington Seafood Festival would not be possible without a little help from our friends and sponsors…and we would like to thank them all for their support for 2019
We take two things seriously at Ringwood Brewery- our ale and our leisure time. Along with creating quality craft ales, we are relaxation enthusiasts. Our motto is “Visit the Winding Downs”- a place to enjoy some quality time with friends.
Ringwood will be producing a limited edition festival ale that will be available at the event, keep an eye on our social media and news page for the ale naming competition!
Hattingley Valley is a family-owned business located in Hampshire which specialises in making premium English sparkling wines using the traditional method. The Robinsons established Hattingley Valley in 2008 planting the first vineyard with Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier. Currently, we manage over 24 hectares of vines across two well-situated sites.
Our custom-built, eco-friendly winery was completed in 2010 with the first release in August 2013. Our multi-award winning collection is produced by a talented wine making team led by Emma Rice who trained at Plumpton College and has worked overseas in other major wine areas. Today our sparkling wines are enjoyed locally and as far afield as Sydney, San Francisco and Kazakhstan; we are proud to be locally acclaimed and internationally renowned.
New to the gin market in 2016, Pothecary Gin was created with a passion for organic, handcrafted, artisan produce, and with a great G&T in mind. The skilful process of distilling each botanical separately yields optimum quality and incomparable aromas and flavours, welcoming an exciting, contemporary gin, that’s both well-balanced and refreshingly individual. Pothecary Gin is now available in 4 different expressions; Original (Blue Label), Sicilian Blend (Orange Label), Trinity Blend (White Label), and seasonal variation ‘Cinnamon Twist – Winter 2019’.
Pothecary Gin – Breaking tradition with a distinctive, premium quality, organic, British Blended Gin – Distinctively Different, Decidedly Smooth, Deliciously Moreish; Pothecary Gin – the perfect tonic!
Fisher & Paykel has been designing some of the best kitchen appliances and cooking equipment since 1934. Their design heritage is founded on a pioneering spirit and a culture of curiosity that has challenged conventional appliance design to consistently deliver products tailored to human needs.
Our culture is one of open innovation, which allows people to work collaboratively to find insights and ideas that connect with our customers and respect our planet.
Wightlink is your award-winning easy-to-use ferry service with excellent customer service connecting the Isle of Wight with Southern England. You can choose between three amazing routes: Portsmouth – Fishbourne car ferries, Lymington – Yarmouth car ferries and Portsmouth Harbour – Ryde Pier Head FastCat passenger catamarans.
It’s one of the UK’s largest domestic ferry operators, carrying over 4.5 million passengers on more than 45,000 crossings every year. Sailings are punctual, reliable and speedy. It takes just 22 minutes by FastCat and from 40 minutes by car ferry to cross the Solent with Wightlink.
SAVE 20% on foot, car and motorcycle ferry fares to the mainland for Lymington Seafood Festival, between 7th and 10th August 2020.
Simply click BOOK to receive your discount.
As the oldest and the largest holiday cottage letting agency in the New Forest trading for over 40 years, with around 150 hundred amazing properties they are certain you will find the perfect place to stay.
Whether you’re looking for a week or two away with the family or simply want a romantic weekend break, we have properties ranging from cosy cottages and woodland retreats to modern apartments and town houses, so there’s something to suit everyone.
If you’re from out of town, take a break and let New Forest Cottages find you the perfect holiday home to stay in. We have several properties within walking distance of the Seafood Festival. Contact us for further details.
Chewton Glen is a luxury country house hotel and spa located on the edge of the historic New Forest National Park and within easy reach of Christchurch, Bournemouth and Southampton. Newly launched, The Kitchen is a purpose built cookery school and dining complex for enjoying and learning about food and cooking.
Working in association with celebrity chef and Chewton Glen alumnus James Martin, the cookery school will be headed-up by Chef Tutor, Steve Bulmer. James and Steve have formulated a rolling roster of bespoke and stimulating courses and demonstrations that will inspire, inform, educate and most importantly provide a culinary experience that is packed full of fun and enjoyment. Classes will be hosted by Rob and visiting guest and celebrity chefs, including Tom Kerridge, Atul Kochhar, Richard Corrigan, and, of course, James Martin himself.
In addition to the cookery school, The Kitchen also features a 40-seater informal restaurant, overseen by Chewton Glen Executive Head Chef Luke Matthews and The Kitchen Head Chef Adam Hart. At lunchtime you can watch what’s going on in the cookery school and maybe catch a glimpse of a visiting celebrity chef. The open-plan kitchen with a pizza oven offers a birds eye view of your meal being created, there’s a chef’s table for private dining and celebrations, an informal lounge, an outside seating area and private parking.
Lymington Harbour and its strong maritime heritage has been at the heart of the Town and its community for hundreds of years. These days, the harbour is one of the most popular leisure boating destinations in the UK, playing a key part in bringing marine tourism to Lymington as well as providing around 650 moorings for local people.
Visiting yachts have plenty of choice between harbour moorings at the Town Quay near the high street, the Dan Bran Pontoon close to the Royal Lymington and Lymington Town yachts clubs, or the privately owned Berthon and Yacht Haven marinas with their excellent facilities.
The harbour also supports many other marine businesses generating local employment. These include the Wightlink ferry service to the Isle of Wight, dry boat storage, many marine services and boat yards, boat sales, chandleries, river trips, and a small but important fishing fleet that lands its catch at Lymington quay!
You’ll be able to find out more by visiting the Lymington Harbour Commissioners stand at the Seafood Festival.