Tastebuds will be tantalised as Sheffield’s foodies descend on a culinary festival.
Dronfield is preparing to welcome an army of enthusiasts to its annual Food and Drink Fair at the Civic Hall tomorrow.
More than 20 stall-holders will be stationed at the event, making it one of the area’s largest indoor events of its kind.
The festival showcases the finest local produce and drink from Sheffield businesses such as Seven Hills Bakery, Greenside Deli, Muffin Topps, Cossack Cuisine and Dronfield-based Heavenlies.
Everything from artisan cakes, preserves, cheeses, ales, oils, hampers and breads will be on offer along with a selection of plants for people who like to grow their own.
The event has been organised by Bakewell-based Hartingtons School of Food, which will be launching its latest lot of cookery courses at the fair.
Chris Horne, a director of Hartingtons, said: “We are really excited to unveil the first Dronfield Food Fair of the year.”
Doors open at at 10am.