Gorge yourself!

Foodies who thrive on trying different cuisine will relish the chance to sample a range of dishes at a new event at Enginuity in May. On Saturday 5 May, the Feast Street Food and Drink Festival at the Engine Shop at the Coalbrookdale museum will be offering up everything from poppadums and churros to chips. Visitors can wash down their tasty international fare with local craft beer, sparkling prosecco or freshly ground coffee from the array of pop-up vendors.

As well as food and drink, there will be a variety of local acoustic acts on stage, plus hands-on activities for adults and children.

Admission is £1 per person, or free for children under 16 when accompanied by an adult, and doors open from 11am to 8pm. Additional charges apply to visit Enginuity. Call 01952 433424 or visit ironbridge.org.uk.


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