Food Fair attracts thousands to Thornbury
FROM sushi to fish and chips, Thornbury's Food Fair catered to all tastes and budgets at the weekend.
One of the most popular events in the town's calendar, the culinary extravaganza's mouth-watering feast of dishes from around the globe again drew thousands of foodies to Castle Street on Saturday.
The fair, which also featured handcrafted gifts from local artists, recorded a bumper year with around 45 stallholders and brand new businesses showcasing their ciders and organic fruit.
Penny Skinner, from the Chamber of Commerce, which runs the event, told the Gazette, the turnout had matched expectations.
"It was a very successful event once again," she said.
"We have an ever-growing number and range of stalls. This time, new stalls included sushi, local fruit, Barnes and Adams cider and Cotswold Spring Brewery.
"There were the usual car park scrums because of visitors to the fair and the sun stayed with us all day."
The next Food and Gift Fair will be held on Saturday, December 7.
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