Mr Filbert's Pocket Snacks and Speak the Culture Competition

Win a range of Mr Filbert's Pocket Snacks, perfect for taking with you when you're out walking. An ideal energy boost whilst out putting on those miles in preparation for your next walking holiday. We also have a copy of "Speak the Culture - France" to give away to help you become more fluent in French life and culture.

Mr Filbert and his range of really interesting snacks have tempted the taste buds of fine food aficionados since 2010, winning over 40 taste and food industry awards. Filberts Fine Foods has developed a delicious range of fusion, artisan snack recipes at its site in glorious Somerset, close to Glastonbury Tor. Mr Filbert’s distinctive savoury nut and seed recipes are hot-air roasted then tumbled with 100% natural ingredients using a unique production method, making them tastier and healthier for you than traditional, oil-fried snacks. Many of the recipes are free from gluten and dairy, and none contain artificial flavours, colours or preservatives.

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Speak the Culture: France covers the broad spectrum of French culture, from history and language to the creative arts and everyday culture - the food, the wine, the strikes, the shrugs, the quirky driving... It dissects the figures, events and habits that have contributed to the country and its people. It’s the guidebook to French culture.

‘Filbert’ is another name for hazelnut, derived from the name of St. Philibert, a Frankish abbot whose commemorative feast day falls on August 22, the date by which hazelnuts were supposed to start ripening. The relics of Saint Philibert were moved to Tournus in 875 and the Romanesque church and  abbey at Tournus was named after him. High Point Holidays runs an independent walking holiday in France which starts and finishes at Tournus and explores the amazing early medieval architecture and vines of the French southern Burgundy: Romanesque Burgundy - The Monk's Trail. In England, at the highest village in Dorset a folk dance festival called the 'Filly Loo' is held every year. There is a torch lit procession with six antlered deer-men and four other costumed characters: a Maid Marion, a bowman, a hobbyhorse and a fool. The origin of the name, ‘Filly Loo’, is unknown. Some suggest it was originally held to celebrate the end of the cultivated hazelnut harvest.

Win yourself a copy by answering the question below:

Name the highest village in Dorset, which hosts the 'filly loo' festival and can be visited on our 2 walking holidays: Wonders of Wessex and Hart of the Cranborne Chase.

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Prize also includes a voucher for 20% off your 1st order online at Mr Filberts

Flavours included are: Honey & Peppercorn Mixed Nuts; Simply Sea Salt Mixed Nuts; Chilli & Fennel Mixed Nuts; Sea Salt & Herb Mixed Nuts; Dry Roasted Peanuts; French Rosemary Almonds; Indulgent Black Truffle & Sea Salt Mixed Nuts and Roast Chestnut & Chive Peanuts and Hazelnuts