A popular food festival which takes place once a year is returning to a Norfolk town after "bouncing back" post-pandemic.

The Reepham Food Festival will return to the main square on May 26 where up to 30 local and independent sellers will offer their products.

The event organisers predict around a thousand people will turn out on the day following previous success. 

Eastern Daily Press: The festival is held in Reepham's main squareThe festival is held in Reepham's main square (Image: Reepham Food Festival)

They said: "In 2023 we bounced back from lockdowns with another successful festival.  

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"We welcomed back many producers who are now old friends and some exciting newcomers – although there is always room for more. 

"There will be musical entertainment from RHS students and our pubs and cafes will be open so the square will be buzzing, sizzling and filled with locals and visitors enjoying themselves."

Last year saw a wide range of Norfolk producers attend, including Barsham Brewery, Bakeaholics, Walnut Tree Distillery and Bread Source.