A feast of food as well as music on offer

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Music lovers going to the Northumberland Live festival on Blyth Links are set for a feast for the tastebuds – as well as their ears.

There’s no need for visitors to bring a picnic, just deck chairs, rugs and a hearty appetite – as a host of local refreshments will be on offer.

Ciccarelli is an Italian ice-cream parlour with a huge range of flavours.

They also make their own sorbets and frozen yoghurts for those people who want to watch their waistline or are lactose intolerant.

Fish and chips are always popular and Coastline work closely with their suppliers to get the freshest haddock or cod they can. They make their own mushy peas, which are soaked overnight to be perfect.

Kielder Organic Meats’ lamb, mutton and beef are reared on and around Dunterley Farm in the Kielder area. Colin and Michelle Anderson feed their animals on organic grass and clover and on clover silage during the winter months.

The Fire in the Hole has served its delicious stone baked pizza all over the country, from T in the Park to the Isle of Wight festival and many places in between.

They were voted as one of the top 10 festival foods at Glastonbury.

These are just some of the food providers at Northumberland Live, there will be plenty more to choose from.

And that’s before the music even starts.

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