There will be a host of stalls selling an impressive display of tempting delights from all around the area. Make room in the freezer to stock up on free-range chicken, sausages, ruby red beef, pork and Exmoor lamb. Look out for organic veg, locally grown herbs and spices, chilli plants and home-made preserves. Therell be Devon sparkling wine, Exmoor Gin distilled in the Brendon Valley, Porlock Cider and even Thunder Toffee Vodka. For teetotallers there are Somerset apple drinks and fine pressed 100 per cent natural fruit juices. Adding an international flavour to the event will be Spanish and Basque specialists Goierri Foods, The Anglo-Indian Chef and German gourmets Marions Deli, all based in Devon. The festival runs from 10.30am-4pm in the forecourt, foyer and main hall. There is a café and festival bar. Organiser Christine Bowden and her volunteer team have many years experience in both the food trade and exhibiting at local, national and international events. All profits from the festival goes to local charities in the Lynton and Lynmouth area. Christine said: We made a healthy profit last year. Money raised goes to support small local projects that make a difference to our area. Its great fun too. This is a great opportunity to celebrate the delicious local produce we have here. The varied greater Exmoor landscape is a veritable store cupboard of delights, said Visit Exmoor marketing manager Jennette Baxter. For more information see www.LynFoodFest.co.uk .