Armagh Food & Cider Festival
Full day touring festival locations
2 Hours photo & video creation
I was invited to experience a preview of the Armagh Food and Cider Festival. I travelled to Armagh and met with local artisan food and cider producers, including award-winning chefs across the region.
I visited five of the venues where the festival was taking place- Crannagael House, The Armagh Cider Company, The Moody Boar restaurant in Palace Demesne, The Armagh Robinson Library and 4 Vicars restaurant, meeting with the key people involved and finding out about their events. Throughout the visit, I posted a series of photos and videos on Instagram, Instastories and Twitter.
Following the visit, I edited the pictures and collated a full article on the blog, profiling the forthcoming event and drawing attention to the highlights. I shared this extensively on my social channels and enjoyed a high level of engagement
WHY WORK WITH ME?
Highly engaged audience
I have a loyal following who actively engage with my posts and promotions. I take care to work with the products, venues, services and experiences that fit best with Eating Ideas
I have run successful partnership promotions with a wide range of companies: including: Mash Direct, Tesco NI, Hastings Hotels, Coca-Cola NI, Tayto, Glens of Antrim Potatoes, Solo Restaurant & Bar, The Ivory Champagne Bar, Wanted Coffee, Vita Coco NI, Maldron Hotel, Translink, Loteria @ Birdcage, Hillmount Garden Centre, Hospitality and Catering Review Magazine, Yelp Belfast, Hotel Chocolat, Jean-Christophe Novelli at City Quays. Irwin’s Bakery and United Wines. These partnerships have proved exceptionally popular with as many as 4,000 entries each.
Eating Ideas was established in 2011 and has gone from strength to strength. It won bronze at the Irish Blog Awards in 2016 and was a finalist in the 2017 UK Blog Awards. My soup was made and sold around the UK by New Covent Garden Soup and I was recently crowned champion of Northern Ireland’s Best Scone.