The food and drink festival made a triumphant return to Wrexham this weekend under the new name of Wrexham Feast.
The Saturday and Sunday event was a lot of fun for foodies and families alike, as businesses from the surrounding area came out showcasing the best of their produce, from donuts to cheese and everything in between.
Stalls filled the air with the scent of food to satisfy all taste buds, whether Indian, British, Portuguese or many more.
The entertainment provided plenty of activities for families, including live music, cookie making for the kids, ax throwing, and even a Minion appearance.
As for food, Chester-based Popup Picnics Chester had a wide range of pies, including a Welsh specialty lamb pie.
The Planet Donut donut company also attended the event and was a success with a wide range of flavors on offer.
Many stalls supplied treats, one of the most popular appearing to be Coles Food Shack’s delicious Yorkshire pudding rolls.
Cooking demonstrations allowed people to see local chefs showcasing their talents in the tent, including Matthew Scard-Jones, who is the chef at Hare Farndon.
Music was provided throughout the two days by a range of artists, including local band Break The Record, who entertained with a fantastic Mamma Mia medley on Sunday.
Throughout the marquee there were plenty of quirky stores for your retail needs, including cocktail mixers, Peaky Blinders cheese, and Little Star Baker owner Emily Lythe who had plenty of goodies from Halloween for sale.
Crowds enjoyed the free samples and the atmosphere as they moved before settling in to eat and sample the music on offer.
Wrexham Feast might have been under a new name, but it was more popular than ever and turned out to be a big event for everyone.
Did you attend the event on the weekend? Let us know in the comments.