Food lovers had a treat last weekend as two weeks of eating and drinking heaven kicked off with a Warwick Road market.
The food and drink market on Saturday marked the start of Kenilworth’s second ever Foodie Fortnight.
Organised by the Town Centre Partnership the success is set to continue - despite this weekend’s cooking demonstration being cancelled.
Zoe Court, town centre manager described Saturday’s market as a “great day” and said the town should be excited about more to come.
“Feedback was very positive from visitors, traders and market stall holders,” she said.
“There were a few issues of litter after the event, which we will ensure doesn’t happen again. It was good to see the road free of traffic. It made people relax, stop and chat and allow children to safely enjoy the event.”
Things have continued with the first ever pudding trail which is taking part across six businesses and gives anyone taking part chance to win £100 to spend in the town.
On Sunday, baking hopefuls will battle it out in the first Bake Off which will be judged at Sweet As, as well as the Oktoberfest beer festival will start at the Virgins and Castle.
High Street will be closed on Saturday for the Food and Music festival. The first ‘Foodie Theatre’ planned for tomorrow (Saturday) was cancelled this week due to “unforeseen circumstances”.