Trout 'n About

Stockbridge Annual Food & Craft Festival


10AM – 4PM

Stockbridge’s local food festival takes place annually on the first Sunday of August. Trout ‘n About showcases the best of local food, local produce and local crafts, in a family friendly, outdoor market environment.

Many of our High Street shops will be open too – they all contribute to making Stockbridge a thriving and unique experience on a daily basis; so together with them we hope to give visitors many reasons to come back again and again.

Trout ‘n About is set on the beautiful, historic High Street of the market town of Stockbridge, Hampshire. With the river Test flowing under the High Street our festival is named after one of the things the Test Valley is renowned for – Trout!

Parking will be provided in fields at either end of the High Street, from which a FREE King Alfred’s bus shuttle service will run you to the centre of the action.

We look forward to seeing you there!


Trout 'n About

Video from 2015 festival


“As a simple visitor to T&A this year, I had to write and thank you and say what a fantastic event you organised yesterday. I, like many others I suspect, was absolutely blown away by the wonderful atmosphere, music, traders, food and good humor of everyone. I overheard several people saying what a brilliant festival it was – something Stockbridge can be really proud of – and I shall definitely make sure everyone at SPC knows this (if they don’t already!). Congratulations on a great success.”

Volunteers Wanted

We are looking for volunteers for Trout ‘n About!  We have lots of important roles on the day which range from selling raffle tickets, helping on information points to assisting visitors to park.  You can get involved from as little as sparing a couple of hours on the day, to getting stuck in with the organising and planning team. If you are interested please click on the button to the right, fill in your details and we will be in touch.  Thank you for your support!

Trout ' About - Find out about volunteering here