Cozens-Hardy to sponsor exciting new Norwich Food & Drink Festival

Cozens-Hardy LLP is delighted to announce its sponsorship of the 2015 Norwich Food & Drink Festival.

This two-day festival celebration of food and drink will be held in Chapelfield Gardens over the weekend of 12th and 13th September and is set to be the flagship event for the newly re-branded Norfolk Food & Drink Ltd. The gardens will be turned into a food and drink village featuring a producers’ marquee, City Farm, Feast on the Street, a cookery demonstration theatre, live music and street entertainers. An undoubted highlight will be the Battle of the Bangers on Sunday.

The firm is also pleased to confirm that it is continuing its sponsorship of the hugely popular Moveable Feast event in aid of Parkinson’s UK.

Jane Anderson, Senior Partner:

“As a significant supporter of the food and drink industry in Norfolk we welcome the opportunity to support the Norwich Food & Drink Festival and to extend our sponsorship of the ever popular Moveable Feast to a fifth year. As a local firm of solicitors, we are proud to have looked after generations of farming families and this is a terrific way for us to help showcase our region’s valuable food and drink industry to people in the county and further afield.”

Sarah de Chair, Chair of the Board of Norfolk Food & Drink Ltd:

“Norfolk Food & Drink is absolutely delighted to welcome Cozens-Hardy solicitors back as sponsors once again this year – and we are particularly thrilled that they will be sponsoring our reinvigorated Norwich Food & Drink Festival. We anticipate that this event will attract around 20,000 people over the two days and it’s thanks to Cozens-Hardy’s support that we are able to deliver such a terrific event to the people of Norwich and Norfolk.”

Further details about the Norwich Food & Drink Festival weekend can be found at

Further information about the unique dining experience that is Lloyd Addison’s Moveable Feast, in aid of Parkinson’s UK, can be found at

To find out more, call us on: 01603 625231