Beth Heath has a can-do attitude - She specialises in fun, food and events.

The Chief Executive of Shrewsbury Food Festival, Shrewsbury Christmas, Shropshire Kids Festival and Telfood Feastival has a proven track record of success. She exceeds expectation, delivers on her promises and makes the impossible seem possible.
Beth’s experience as a creative entrepreneur has led her to found a number of businesses. While completing her BSc Hons in Agriculture with Marketing at Harper Adams University, she helped allied a fresh flower business to a dried flower enterprise, giving Beth the first of many commercial hits.
pumpkins!While on placement from university she created a farmers market at Green Fields Farm Shop, ran a Maize Maze and also helped develop the future of the shop.
Beth helped create a thriving home delivery service, serving Wolverhampton and its hinterland, while also managing a successful wholesale vegetable business.
Her ability to work under pressure and multi-task led to a job with Ludlow Food Festival in 2004 which attracts an annual 20,000 visitors. She was part of the steering group that founded the Ludlow Spring Festival, which attracts 8,000 people since 2009. Beth left this role in October 2015 to develop her other events and spend some time with her growing family.
Beth’s entrepreneurial streak saw the introduction of the Ludlow Hamper Company in 2007, which continues to prosper and which she sold in 2011 when her daughter was born.
As an events organiser, she has helped to run Halloween events at Tulleys Farm, managed trade shows for FARMA, the Ludlow-to-London pop-up with the Intercontinental Hotel, in Mayfair, and many more besides.
Beth returns to Harper Adams University College as a guest lecturer on event management and agri-tourism; helping to inspire a new generation.
In 2012 she co-founded the Shrewsbury Food Festival, an event that swept all before it by attracting 20,000 people during its second year. That event is destined to grow and become one of the UK’s most popular and successful.
In 2015 there will be the first ever Shrewsbury Christmas event which promises to become the best Christmas festival in the UK. With a homeless village, carol singing and of course a Santa's grotto this will be a festive event unlike any other.
2016 bought Shropshire Kids Festival and also Telfood Feastival which both attracted around 10 000 people each and have huge potential to be as big as her previous events. 
Not one to stand still 2017 sees another new venture with Shropshire Oktoberfest. Also the other events also all seems to be growing massivly as does her support team. More PR and marketing work alongside the events has seen a business expansion which is much appreciated by the ever growing list of clients.
Beth holds an extensive portfolio of other interests and provides a range of services to clients, including consultancy, event management, marketing, press and promotions.