Sunshine, live music and a selection of tasty treats were all on the menu at this weekend’s Wrexham Food and Drink Festival.
Held in aid of Nightingale House Hospice, the annual festival drew thousands of food lovers and visitors to the town centre across the two day period.
As with previous years the event took place in a large marquee on Llwyn Isaf – bringing together a host of traders selling everything from cakes, freshly baked pies and bread, cheese, confectionary, homemade chutneys and locally brewed ales.
Outside the marquee there was plenty of space to grab some lunch, soak up some sunshine and enjoy the live music provided by some of the artists performing at FOCUS Wales.
For those looking to grab a bite to eat and take a break from the hustle and bustle of the main marquee, there were plenty of food stands available selling everything from fresh stone baked pizzas, gin, crepes, American street food, omelettes, pork pies and much, much more!
Live cookery demonstrations were also held across the weekend, with former Coronation Street star Sean Wilson making an appearance in the food festival tent.
Free parking in all council-owned car parks across the weekend also proved a big hit, with one food festival visitor telling us that similar incentives should take place more often in the town.