A Taste of Chorley: 17 pictures from this weekend's Lancashire food festival

One of the Lancashire’s premier food festival’s returned with a bang this weekend.

Monday, 7th June 2021, 11:28 am
A Taste of Chorley food festival returned with a bang this weekend.

A Taste of Chorley - an event to celebrate the best in Lancashire’s food - returned after a year’s Covid-19 enforced absence.

The event showcases the great local food and drink offer in and around Chorley, celebrating businesses and products that call the borough of Chorley home.

One of the most popular parts of the event is The Great Chorley Bake Off, which returned this year with prizes awarded across three categories of bakers. The prizes are kindly donated by Bees Country Kitchen and The Brinscall Baker.

Merve Eser from Turkish Gozleme.

A festival spokesman said: “We have seen lots of people shop local to support businesses during lockdown, events like this will help to encourage people to continue to support the local economy and also enjoy a day out in Chorley town centre as we begin to get back to normal.”

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Nathaniel Mawson from Mawson's Mallows and Babylon Bakery.
Susan Holroyd from Barrica in the Park.
Jack Davies, Ellie Smith, Hannah Pearaon and Ryan Pearson from Hops & Dreams.
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Gayle Coleman from Old Soul Bakery.
Paul and Lynne Bradshaw.
Sarah Bryan from The Bees Country Kitchen.
Scott Lambert from The Brinscall Baker.
Scott Lambert from The Brinscall Baker.
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