Wrexham Feast to showcase independent food and drink traders this weekend
Hundreds of people are set to to descend on Wrexham city centre this weekend to enjoy the Wrexham food festival.
Taking place on the Waterworld car park on Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 September, Wrexham Feast will see dozens of independent food and drink stalls on offer to visitors.
Food exhibitors include Su Casa Cuisine, Severn Valley Roasts, Chip’d, Happy Mouse Vegan, Bev’s Been Baking, The Cosy Chocolate Company, Love Cheesecakes, The Big BBQ Company and Happy Hedgehogs Food Ltd.
They will be alongside stalls such as Natural Iced Lemonade, Big Hand Brewing Company, Bubble Ninja, Celtic Artisan Spirts, Bank Street Social, Aber Falls and Wrexham Lager.
Also available for visitors will be Sweetpea, Tree Bee Apothecary, Nee Nee’s, Guide Dogs Cymru, Nightingale House Gift Shop, Blood Bikes and The Glitter Garden.
This is the second year the team behind Wrexham Feast have held the event, with one of the organisers telling Wrexham.com that this weekend’s will be “bigger” than 2021.
Coming to the city centre as part of this weekend’s food festival is Prince’s Old Time Fairground – along with entertainment courtesy of The Cheesecutters and music from Six Ton Dog.
For thrill seekers there will be the chance to watch Ken Fox Wall of Death – a high adrenaline performance on a 20ft high vertical wall.
This is the first time that there has been a wall of death in Wrexham since the 1930s, so its a performance not to be missed!
On 25 September the Guildhall car park will also be closed to support the large music event taking place on that date – The Out of Focus event, which is part of the award of city status celebrations, was postponed due to the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
All council owned car parks will be free after 11am for visitors – aside from Ty Pawb which will be free all day.
Gates for the food festival open at 10am and tickets can be purchased either on the door or online here.
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