Taste of Sudbury Food and Drink Festival will be held on the June 12, between 10am to 4pm in Market Hill and St Peters in Sudbury.
From the nutritional and healthy, to the indulgent, naughty but nice, the fourth Taste of Sudbury offers something for all ‘foodies’.
The food festival promotes food and drink producers and restaurants from the Suffolk and Essex border.
Lesley Dolphin of BBC Radio Suffolk will open the festival and Mark David from the Cooking Experience will compere cookery demonstrations which will take place throughout the day by top local chefs on stage, including Alan Paton from Stoke by Nayland Hotel and Regis Crepy of The Great House, Lavenham.
Other attractions on stage will include a Guinness World Record attempt and the ‘Omelette Challenge’.
Visitors will be able to book lunch at the pop up restaurant organised by Jam Tartz Catering. They will have a five course menu using wherever possible food and drink supplied by other producers at the event. Early booking will be essential on 01787 311556.
The event also offers free entry, free parking, free tasters and a free park and ride from Delphi Car Park in Newton Road, Sudbury, with buses leaving every 15 minutes.
Taste of Sudbury is organised by the Sudbury Town Team.
For up to date information on exhibitors, sponsors, demonstrations and a review of previous food festivals visit www.tasteofsudbury.co.uk.