If you’re going to promise a cheese carnival, the one thing you really involve is cheese.
But organisers of an affair in Brighton are now offering rebates after running out of the smelly stuff.
They’ve been been hit with complaints concerning social media, with beings calling it a “shambles” – with one simply saying “hmmm, was expecting more cheese”.
The weather is being blamed for some buyers being unable to get to the site.
The Big Cheese Festival had promised “a plethora of the most significant international cheesemakers and mongers showcasing their amazing cheeses”.
But for some of the individuals who paid PS22 to get in, there simply weren’t fairly of those mongers.
Disgusted with @BigCheeseFest delegated my remarks on Facebook … beings deserve to know how bad your celebration is #bigcheesefestival #brightoncheesefestival #fail #badcustomerservice #WantARefund #bigcheesefestival2018 pic.twitter.com/ x3i9P52kF4
— Ms Lenith (@ MsLenith) March 3, 2018ReportSkip Twitter post by @julie_ferret
— Julie Ferret (@ julie_ferret) March 3, 2018Report
Others depicted latitudes with KFC’s recent difficulties when they moved out of chicken.Skip Twitter post by @KellyReillyFans
Were KFC moving #BigCheeseFestival, very? LoL.
— #KellyKrushed (@ KellyReillyFans) March 4, 2018Report
As well as the cheese, organisers invited guests “to enjoy and indulge in our assortment of disallows serving workmanship brews, liquid and wine-colored, plus live comedy, neighbourhood bands& cheesy DJ’s performing a selection of jazz, funk& R n Brie”.
But the brave wanted some craftsmen and brokers couldn’t get to the area on Hove Lawns.
“Sadly due to this, a few jeopardizes had to be made and we are disappointed that a larger various forms of cheese wasn’t accessible, ” said the organisers.Skip Twitter post by @stevewestsussex
#BigCheeseFestival Judging by the negative notes, perhaps it should be a Bring your Own Cheese occurrence instead
— Stevewestsussex (@ stevewestsussex) March 3, 2018Report
Following the number of complaints, The Big Cheese Festival has put out a statement on its Facebook page saying it’s “just as disappointed as yourselves that the happen was disrupted by the harmful weather conditions”.
Organisers say they’re now offering a 50% discount to next year’s incident for everyone who bought a ticket.
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