Bangor High Street will be hosting a Spring Festival on Sunday 28th April, with over 50 stalls showcasing the best local Welsh produce, national and international street food, along with local crafts, market stalls and a live music stage providing entertainment throughout the day.

Expect everything from street food, craft beer, gin, cocktails and local mead producers. The festival promises to be foodie heaven, with everything from pizza, seafood, hog roast, pies and sausages, burgers, vegan food through to posh puds, fudge, sweets and cheese cakes, there really is something for everyone.

Taking centre stage on the day will be Johnny Pusztai the award winning master butcher from Nottingham and supplier to Great British Menu winner Sat Baines. Johnny will be giving a live butchery demonstration on the High Street, He will also have his award winning street food stall at the festival.

Johnny’s years of experience and passion in food have lead him to become an expert in his craft, he’ll be happy to impart his knowledge and tips for getting the best cuts of meat and fantastic flavours for your own home recipes.

It is clear that Johnny sees the preparation and cooking of meat as something of an art form; with twenty-five varieties of sausage on offer alone, you get the sense that this is a man who will always go that extra mile to get the details right.

Festival organiser Emyr Owen said: “The Spring festival will see another great event come to Bangor. We had a fantastic response to the Food Festival in September and the Christmas Market.

“There will be street food of all kinds, crafts, gin and mead producers, local produce and I’m very pleased multi award winners Cwm Farm Charcuterie products will be making the trip all the way from Pontardawe for the very first time selling their produce in North Wales.

“Johnny Pusztai the multi award winning butcher will be joining us all the way from Nottingham and will be doing butchery demonstrations and other demos, he is very entertaining, he will also have his award winning street food as well.

“There will also be a burger and sausage making competition for ten kids against Johnny – The Englishman who we must beat!”

The Food Festival starts at 10am until 5pm on Bangor High Street, Sunday 28th April and is Free to attend. In addition to the large variety of craft and food stalls there will also be bars selling locally produced beers, ciders and spirits at Tan y Fynwent (Behind the bus stops).

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