CIRENCESTER became a haven for food-lovers over the sunny weekend.
The town’s Food Festival saw events in the Market Place, West Market Place and the Gardens of St John’s Church on
Saturday and Sunday.
The event was managed by Cotswold Markets on behalf of Cirencester Town Council.
Besides food and drink from across the world, visitors enjoyed live music and children’s entertainment plus demonstrations from the likes of Daylesford Cookery School, Siblings Gin and Matteo Conte of Non-Solo Pasta.
Mathew Joynes, from Cotswold Markets, said: “There was a fantastic variety of food and drink on offer over the course of the weekend from a great range of local traders including sweet treats from Tewkesbury Treats and delicious beer from Goffs Brewery.”
All the regular markets in Cirencester are continuing this month, including charter markets in the Market Place until 3pm on Mondays and Fridays.
A vintage market will also be held in the Market Place on Sunday, May 29 from 9am to 5pm.
These pictures were all taken by Ian Lloyd Graham