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Crail Food Festival 2013      Review of 2012     Planning for 2013
Crail Food Festival 2013: PeopleORGANISING TEAM 2013                                SUPPORT & ADVICEGraham Anderson       ...
Crail Food Festival: Support    SUPPORTED BY               •   Scotland Food &    •    Tourism                   Drink    ...
Crail Food Festival Aims•   Support the local community•   Support local retailers and business•   Celebrate wealth of loc...
Social & Economic Impact 2012            • Around 2,000 visitors            • Almost 2,000 social media contacts          ...
Keith’s Chillilicious Bangers                • A specially prepared                  sausage from JB Penman               ...
Grace’s Chair• Crail Food Festival, Crail  Gallery, Crail Pottery• A blend of music, beer, sweets  and treats• Fundraising...
Crail Ale       • A specially         commissioned real         ale by St Andrews         Brewing Co       • Sales in exce...
2011Crail GalleryCrail Pottery                                     What Next 2013?Balcomie LinksHotel                     ...
Crail Food Festival Aims•   Support the local community•   Support local retailers and business•   Celebrate wealth of loc...
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Crail Food Festival 2013

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Encouraging volunteers and local businesses to get involved with the next Crail Food Festival to be held on 15-16 June 2013
Presentation to be made by Graham Anderson at British Legion Hall, Crail on 16 November 2012
Presentation created by: Susan McNaughton of http://www.susanmcnaughton.com with words by Graham Anderson

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  1. 1. Crail Food Festival 2013 Review of 2012 Planning for 2013
  2. 2. Crail Food Festival 2013: PeopleORGANISING TEAM 2013 SUPPORT & ADVICEGraham Anderson Ian Robertson(Event Management) Finlay KerrSusan McNaughton Claire Bradley(Social Media & Derek WalkerWeb Co-ordination) Karen RaeDavid Jerdan & VOLUNTEERS Peter SalkeldYvonne Bolam 12 volunteers Carole Brunton(Sales Administration) (during festival events) Crail Festival Society
  3. 3. Crail Food Festival: Support SUPPORTED BY • Scotland Food & • Tourism Drink Intelligence • Festivals Fife Scotland • St Andrews • Scottish Enterprise Partnership • Highlands & Islands • Fife Food Enterprise Network • Visit Scotland • Crail Community • Fife Council Interest Strategic Events Company • Scottish • Crail Community Community Trust Foundation • Crail Community Council
  4. 4. Crail Food Festival Aims• Support the local community• Support local retailers and business• Celebrate wealth of local produce• Portray Crail as a Food Tourism Destination• Bring upwards of 2,000 visitors into Crail
  5. 5. Social & Economic Impact 2012 • Around 2,000 visitors • Almost 2,000 social media contacts • KY10 Postcode:525 visitors • Total Fife:1,150 visitors • Outwith Fife: 825 visitors • Average Visitor Spend Per Day: £9.00 • Total: £18,000 • With less than £3,000 remaining in Crail • But there are Crail success stories
  6. 6. Keith’s Chillilicious Bangers • A specially prepared sausage from JB Penman • Collaboration with local chilli producers: Chillilicious • Sold at Crail Food Festival • Re-ordered for Grillstock Festival • Re-ordered for Crail Festival • That’s 700 sausages @ £4.00 each
  7. 7. Grace’s Chair• Crail Food Festival, Crail Gallery, Crail Pottery• A blend of music, beer, sweets and treats• Fundraising in excess of £500
  8. 8. Crail Ale • A specially commissioned real ale by St Andrews Brewing Co • Sales in excess of 450 bottles • Now sold in Farm Shops, restaurants, cafes throughout Scotland • All referencing The Royal Burgh of Crail
  9. 9. 2011Crail GalleryCrail Pottery What Next 2013?Balcomie LinksHotel 2013Crail Museum Your businesses! 2012RNLI Crail GalleryGolf Hotel Crail PotteryEast Neuk Hotel JB Penman Crail MuseumThe Old House RNLIThe Jerdan Gallery Crail ChurchThe Beehive Reilly’s ShellfishFirst FruitsThe HoneypotReilly’s Shellfish
  10. 10. Crail Food Festival Aims• Support the local community• Support local retailers and business• Celebrate wealth of local produce• Portray Crail as a Food Tourism Destination• Bring upwards of 2,000 visitors into Crail
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