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Eat your way around this summer's best festivals for foodies

If you're not feeling the pull of this year's major music festivals, their foodie rivals might just be the thing to whet your appetite.

There's a growing number of festivals dedicated to serving you the finest food. And we're not just talking street food stalls - from long-table banquets to workshops hosted by world-class chefs and wellness talks aimed at transforming your attitude to eating, there's a wealth of foodie activities to enjoy at this summer's weekenders.

Click through the gallery for our pick of Britain's 10 best festivals to chow down at in the coming months.

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