Around the World in 80 Dishes returns to King’s Lynn
Tasty treats from around the world will be on offer in King's Lynn later this year as Around the World in 80 Dishes makes a return.
The event has grown over its eight year history and regularly attracts around 1,000 visitors.
This year the event has moved to the town's Corn Exchange and will be held on Sunday, November 6.
A recipe wall and wider range of local food businesses, voluntary and community groups are set to be involved.
The event is a celebration of foods from other cultures and offers the chance to sample different tastes from across the globe.
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Voluntary and community groups are being invited to take part this year to raise profiles and celebrate cultural diversity.
There is no charge for having a stand at the event and the organisers will provide tables, plates, cutlery, napkins and water.
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In return the voluntary and community groups are asked to provide samples of food, or to give a demonstration. They will also be reimbursed up to �75 towards the cost of ingedients for the day.
Everyone will be asked to contribute a favourite recipe to be posted on the wall and it is hoped these will be collated into a book after the event.
Places are limited and voluntary groups should contact Marie Connell for a registration form on 01553 760568 or firstname.lastname@example.org