Sudbury will be cooking on gas for the town’s annual Taste of Sudbury event on Sunday .
Market Hill, including St Peter’s, will be transformed into a gastronomic feast for the eyes consisting of scores of food and drink stalls tempting visitors to try and buy.
There will also be cooking demonstrations by local chefs on Market Hill, including a Ready, Steady, Cook event at noon and a Guinness world record attempt to fillet a whole fresh salmon at 3pm.
Nick Barrett, of Scutchers restaurant, Long Melford, will go up against Taste of Sudbury compere Mark David, of The Cooking Experience, to see who is the fastest at filleting.
The Taste of Sudbury runs from 11am to 6pm and will be opened by Lesley Dolphin, a presenter from BBC Radio Suffolk.
The opening will be followed by a performance by Pot Kiln Primary School choir.
There will be a park and ride from the Delphi Car Park in Newton Road, Sudbury, which will start at 10.45am and the free bus will leave every 15 minutes.
The bus, with wheelchair access, will drop visitors off outside the Town Hall where the last bus will leave from at 6pm. No bus runs between 2pm and 3pm.
The Taste of Sudbury has free entry and all car parks in Sudbury are free on the day.
For up-to-date information on exhibitors, demonstrations, sponsors and a review of the previous events visit the official website www.tasteofsudbury.co.uk