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Christian Pulisic bags brace to show Jurgen Klopp what he's missing - 5 talking points. There's also markets, parties after hours, entertainment for kids, farmyards animals, chef demos, tours and forages, talks and debates, as well as tasting workshops and masterclasses. With over stalls, full of seafood and champagne courtesy of sponsors Pommery, to wash it down, the festival is the perfect way to plan a fun day out in Weymouth's historic harbour. Sign up for our daily newsletter and enter to win a copy of our book, Atlas Obscura: In July , British newspapers reported that Britons, a very sausage-happy nation, were eating 2 billion fewer sausages than they had in That said, there is ample evidence that sausage was eaten across the socio-economic spectrum in various places, in various times.