Epworth is all set to host its ever-popular Summer Food Fair on Saturday, and it will be bustling with stalls in the Market Place.
The best locally produced food will be on offer from 9am to 3pm.
Some firm favourites will return to the Fair, including The Axholme Brewery, Lincolnshire Poacher Cheese and Chapman’s Fishcakes. They will be joined by The Pink Pig, Taste of Sardinia, Mr Huda and Fullers Bakery.
New to the market is Tracey Christine with her Homity Pies and Gerrard Farmer from Westwoodside with locally reared lamb and a fantastic range of homemade chutneys and cordials.
There will be music throughout the day to keep visitors entertained and add to the general atmosphere.
Coun Liz Redfern, leader of North Lincolnshire Council, said: “Everything on sale at the Food Fair comes from just a stone’s throw away and is sold directly by the producer. You couldn’t ask for better quality produce.
“The Food Fairs are always extremely popular and with the BBQ season upon us, you could buy great food that your guests will enjoy.
“Go along and see for yourself what delicious food is on offer.”
The food fairs started in Epworth during 2012 and have quickly become well-established on the local events calendar.
Epworth already has a great reputation for quality independent shops but is now gaining one for local quality produce too.
There is free parking at Church Street and Chapel Street car parks as well as overflow car parking at Epworth Leisure Centre.
For more information about the Epworth Summer Food Fair call 01652 657053.