FOOD lovers will be treated to an array of exciting activities at the Moor Summer Fete.
The fete is on the theme of historical markets and includes everything from apple pressing and dancing to medieval cookery demonstrations.
There will be a range of craft stalls as well as workshops and plenty of culinary delights to sample.
The fete is part of the Sheffield Food Festival, staged from Friday to Sunday, an urban festival celebrating cookery and food.
And national project ‘somewhereto_’, aiming to find young people spaces to do the things they love, has teamed up with Art In The Park to bring a vibrant event to showcase Sheffield’s young talent.
The event aims to get everyone involved as much as they can, through a live rock ‘n’ roll dance demonstration and poetry reading by Sheffield’s Matt Black.
For those feeling creative, there will be the chance to take part in creating and publishing a magazine.
Cassie Kill, somewhereto_ regional co-ordinator and project co-ordinator at Art In The Park, said: “It’s going to be a real representation of how vibrant, interesting and, above all, talented Sheffield and its young people are.”
The event will be held on The Moor on Sunday starting at noon.