The Fast and the Foodies

The Fast and the Foodies:

New car show comes to Trowbridge

The Fast and the Foodies – a brand new car exhibition complete with street food – is coming to Trowbridge on Saturday 14th November.


Part of plans to foster a vibrant new quarter at Innox Mills, the event will feature super cars, sports and classic cars, plus a variety of street food stalls. From some of the newest Lamborghinis, Porches and Ferraris to classic British and American cars such as the Capri, Mustang, an American hot rod and a 1933 Austin, there will be all kinds of models on display.

The event has been organised by the Innox Mills site owners in partnership with Driven Life, a Wiltshire-based community for car enthusiasts, and The Anonymous Travellers Market. Running from 10am-2pm next to Trowbridge Station car park, social distancing measures will be in place at the event to protect both visitors and stallholders.

“We’re excited to be bringing this latest event to Innox Mills, which should prove a hit with car enthusiasts, street food lovers – or anyone simply looking for a great day out,” said Jonathan Dean, Director of Innox Mills.

“With so many events cancelled this year, we want to give people the chance to experience something different, while offering a taste of what’s to come at Innox Mills. Our plans have a big emphasis on leisure, food and drink and we hope that the Fast and the Foodies will help to show Trowbridge off as a great place to spend time in.”

The Fast and the Foodies is the latest event hosted at Innox Mills and follows Cinema Retrow, a pop-up drive-in that drew crowds from the town and surrounding areas, including Bath and Bristol, in August. 

The popular Innox Market runs in partnership with The Anonymous Travelling Market and takes place on the third Sunday of each month. Typically visited safely by around 3,000 people, the market features handmade arts and crafts and vintage clothing, plus street food, fresh produce and local craft spirits, ciders and ales. Live music and a trampoline activity for children has also been added recently.

Further events at the site will include a Christmas Market from 4-6 December, which will see the historic warehouses opened up for the first time in over a decade to give a sample of how the new Innox Quarter will look and feel like.

Three hundred new homes are planned for Innox Mills, with a planning application due to be put forward in the coming months. Ideas that are also being explored include an independent cinema and a co-workspace hub.

The Fast and the Foodies is within easy reach of Trowbridge station, the town centre and public car parks which are free to use on Sundays.

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Want to get involved in the Christmas Market event? Stall holders, musicians and street entertainers should call 07795 321535 or email or visit for further details. 


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