Foodies make Gainsborough’s brand new ‘Lunch Fest’ a Bank Holiday success
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Shoppers enjoyed flavoursome street food from more than 25 food and drink traders including Devon’s Kitchen, Wallace & Dough, Yamas, Corner Farm Catering and Wrights Toastie Grill.
Jodie Pacey, Marshall’s Yard centre manager, said: “The event was a huge success, and it was great to see so many people come to Marshall’s Yard to enjoy our new food and drink festival.
"The centre had a great atmosphere, and it was good fun to see so many attendees getting involved in the eating challenges and the free workshops and activities we had on during the three-day weekend.
“Overall it was a great and successful weekend for both shoppers and stores at the centre - the typical British weather certainly did not dampen moods at Lunch Fest."
Alongside the delicious line up of food, visitors were able to enjoy refreshments from Beard & Barrell, The Tipple Express and The Brit and Bridle.
Event goers were treated to live performances from local performers - including Ben Williams, Ellie James, John Grant and Grace Bower, alongside eating challenges and live cocktail masterclasses demonstrated by the Yard's new coffee and cocktail bar, No.17.
Marshall’s Yard partnered with Bomead (McDonald’s), Dogs Trust and Sound Lincs to bring community-based activities to the event as well as providing information, support and guidance for the local community.
For more information about upcoming events happening at Marshall’s Yard, visit marshallsyard.co.uk