Date:     Sun 4th June 2017
Start:     Kilmington

Booking closes 21st May 2017

Food lovers and walkers will definitely be in for a treat.

Enjoy a delicious three course gourmet meal, (see menu below) spaced out over 3 stops, whilst exploring some of Devon’s most picturesque countryside.

At each stop along the route you will be entertained and partake in a delicious lunchtime course created by local chefs of the area, served with traditional local drinks, (cider, cocktails, real ale or a non alcoholic drink with a local connection).

The circular 7.5 mile route from Kilmington, (it’s leisurely and fun, not a race!) takes in breath-taking scenic views as you walk up and down footpaths, along quiet lanes over stiles, up two fairly steep hills and through unspoilt countryside.

We are sure you will enjoy this fantastic new day out – but book soon, it’s likely to be popular and we can only cater for a limited number of people.


Here is the menu to showcase the food you will be eating along the Gourmet Food Walk. All principal items are from local producers and suppliers, but may be subject to change.

A snack to keep you going of Moores biscuits & a bottle of Cristaline water.
Which will be at the Millers Farm Shop, Kilmington

1st STOP
Wild Garlic & almond pesto with cherry tomato & cheddar quiche, garnished with a green salad.
created by Devon Kitchen Deli

Accompanied by Elderflower & Lemon Vodka Liqueur Cocktail (topped up with lemonade) or Lemonade & Mint Sparkle (non alcoholic)
from Lyme Bay Winery

2nd STOP

Normandie Pork & Cider Stew or Somerset Stew (vegetarian) served with a crusty bread roll
cooked for you by Tuckers Arms Raft Club

Served with Dorset Wildcat Cider (Award Winning Cider) or Dorset Nectar Organic Apple Juice (non-alcoholic)
from Dorset Nectar

3rd STOP
Rhubarb and Strawberry Cheescake with pouring cream
made by Kilmington New Inn

Accompanied with IPA Real Ale or Ginger Beer (non-alcoholic)
from Palmers Brewery

Coffee or Tea (supplier tbc)
Across the road from the start at Kilmington Baptist Hall


Entry fee: £28

What is included in your entry fee;

  • Fully waymarked route for the approx 7.5 mile walk
  • Three course meal spaced out over three stops
  • Three alcoholic or non alcoholic locally sourced drinks to accompany food
  • Tea or coffee at the finish
  • Water & snack for the route
  • Free parking

There is also a small on-line booking fee but worth the convenience and will save you on the cost of a stamp and an envelope. The entry fee is non-refundable. Entering on line is quick and easy, just click on the button below.

If for any reason you are unable to use the on line booking system please do contact us to help you.


Alternatively a postal entry form is available here which must be returned no later than 14th May

Postal Entry


Devon Freewheelers

We have chosen to support Devon Freewheelers as our chosen charity this year. They will also be providing the first aid at the event and have asked that everyone donates at least £2 into the collection at the event to cover their costs. We hope you will also choose to increase this donation or get sponsored for this worthy charity. Please do feel free to have extra fun and come in fancy dress.

About the Charity

Devon Freewheelers are a team of 37 volunteer Emergency Vehicle drivers who are dedicated to providing a weekday out of hours service (17.00 – 06.00) and 24/7 weekend service supporting the NHS in delivering essential Blood, Samples, Medication and Donor Breast Milk to hospitals throughout Devon and Dorset.


To avoid congestion, the walk starts in groups, at 15-minute intervals, between 10am and 11.15 am. When ordering tickets you may express a preference for a starting time on a first come basis.

Your e-ticket will indicate your own particular starting time, with detailed instructions for finding the starting location.

We anticipate that you will finish the walk between 4pm and 5.30pm. Walk at a leisurely pace and enjoy yourself – it isn’t a race!

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Accessibility: There are quite a few stiles, steep gradients and rough ground. The route is not suitable for pushchairs or wheelchairs.

Dogs: There may be livestock in some fields, so have taken the decision not to allow dogs to participate on this walk.

Dietary Requirements: Vegetarian alternatives to the meat dish are available if requested in advance. Other than that, we regret that we are unable to cater for special dietary requirements.

Children and babies (without pushchairs) are welcome, and may bring their own food and drink if required. There is no charge to accompany the walk for children bringing food, but the food and drink is provided only for paying customers!

Special requirements: If you have any special needs or limited mobility, or questions about whether the Gourmet Walk & Eat will be suitable for you, please contact us before buying your tickets via our contact page and we will happily discuss the practicality of the arrangements for you.


We wish to express our thanks to our sponsors and suppliers whose help, generosity and expertise have made the Gourmet Food Walk possible:

Devon Freewheelers
Millers Farm Shop, Kilmington
Devon Kitchen Deli, Axminster
Tuckers Arms Raft Club
New Inn, Kilmington
Baptist Hall, Kilmington
Village Hall, Dalwood

And last but not least, all our volunteer helpers without whom nothing would be possible