The Sheffield Food Festival was treated to the full range of Bank Holiday weather – pouring rain followed by blue skies.
Independent traders carried on regardless as food, drink and music filled Town Hall Square and The Moor.
Pop up restaurants were set up around the Peace Garden serving food from traditional British to Japanese and Mexican - styles that can all be found in Sheffield.
Stalls selling local produce formed an artisan Peace Garden market which stretched down to The Moor.
Fresh bread, sweets, honey, olives, cheese, jams and oils are all available to buy.
One of the most popular attractions was the demonstration tent on The Moor, where chefs from across the city took it in turns to showcase their skills.
The Food Festival was supported by Sheffield Hallam University’s Business School.
Journalism students were supporting the event for the first time this year by filming videos to tell the stories of Sheffield businesses taking part.
Students involved in the filming are Lewis Ward, Kelly Crampton. Danielle Hayden, Emma Collicott and Hannah Sanders.