Who's at the September Festival
Chefs, Producers, Wine Experts - All who contribute to the events across the city.
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Access to Music

Access to Music is the UK’s first choice destination for school leavers who want to follow their passion for popular music and creative media.

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Kate Clarkson

Kate is a director and creative designer at YORKCakes and a tutor at the YORK Cookery School, specialising in baking, decorating and macarons. Kate is dedicated to creating outstanding products in both taste and visual impact, that surpass expectation along with a high level of service and excellence. She is passionate about perfection and meticulous down to the smallest detail.

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no8

Having forged a fantastic reputation for culinary excellence over the past twelve years, independent business no8 offers an exceptional dining experience in all of their outlets in the beautiful city of York along with a dedicated outside catering team that works across Yorkshire panning special events. www.no8york.co.uk

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Ramus Seafoods

From humble beginnings supplying Scottish lobster to Harrogate hotels, to the accolades of Seafish Independent Retailer of the Year and Seafood Supplier of the Year 2014, Ramus has built up a trusted reputation over the last 40 years for fabulous quality, personal service and great value. With shops on Kings Road, Harrogate and South Hawksworth Street, Ilkley, Ramus continues to provide inspiration and expertise by encouraging customers to eat more delicious nutritious fish and seafood, through recipes, demonstrations and home delivery of their new fish boxes.

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The Wine Chapter

The Wine Chapter are a new, York based wine business providing pop-up bars, wine pairings, home wine tastings & wine consultancy. Www.winechapter.co. uk

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York Brewery

York Brewery was founded 18 years ago in 1996 and has been brewing traditionally produced ale inside the city walls of York ever since. The Brewery on Toft Green houses a bar that is open Monday to Saturday for drinking and is also the departure point for tours of the brewery.”

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York Cocoa House

Owner, Sophie Jewett, is known locally as 'York's Chocolate Lady!' She has been intrigued by all things chocolate from a young age and launched her café and chocolate shop, York Cocoa House, in 2011. At York Cocoa House, Sophie and the team offer up a wide selection of in-house chocolates as well as delicious offerings from local chocolatiers. Sophie also offers chocolate workshops and tastings as well as a monthly Chocolate Dining Dinner.

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York College

York College has a £60 million building with first-class resources designed with post-16 students in mind. This, combined with an Outstanding Ofsted grade (December 2013) and the highest standards for individual student achievement, provides an outstanding environment for teaching and learning.

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York Cookery School

Based in York, YCS have a team of expert chefs and instructors who can show you how to create tasty treats and delicious dishes. They offer a range of mouth-watering cookery classes, from cupcakes and macaroons to cuisine from far-flung places. With classes for all ages and abilities, from beginners to accomplished cooks, you’re sure to find the right class for you.

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York's Little Festival of Music

York’s Little Festival of Live Music will be presenting a six day event raising money for charity. They will showcase the work of both established musicians as well as introducing the work of new and upcoming performers and will include a wide range of musical genres including Folk, Americana, Rock, Punk, Indie, Opera/Pop and Country plus numerous acoustic sessions.

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yourcafe

As part of The Real Junk Food Project, yourcafe serves healthy meals prepared from intercepted good surplus food in a regular volunteer-led and non-profit community cafe. Based at Tang hall community centre, yourcafe offers the opportunity to make new friends and enjoy a communal feast or bite to eat. Our passionate volunteers collect waste food from top retailers, transform it into delicious meals and serve it in a friendly, inclusive and welcoming atmosphere. All in exchange for time, money or skills. Open 11-2pm every Wednesday (except the first Wednesday of every month).