THE first in a new series of North Wales food events will take place in Llandudno next week.

The Movable Feast will be held on Bodafon Fields on Saturday April 28, and will feature a vibrant pop-up food market, bringing together local food and drinks producers as well as arts and crafts, healthy eating and wellbeing activities, live music, street performers and entertainment.

The organisers believe the all-day event will appeal to people of all ages, with activities ranging from food and drink stalls to yoga and pilates sessions, an inflatable assault course, balloon modelling and pom pom workshops, and even free NHS dental screening.

Organised by the newly formed North West Wales Food Group, The Movable Feast is the brainchild of some of the region’s leading food businesses to give a platform to present the very best of local produce.

North West Wales Food Group Administrator, Anna Openshaw, said: “There will be plenty of food, drink, fun and entertainment at our first event in Llandudno to get The Movable Feast off to a great start. “Tickets are priced at only £3.50 for adults, and there’s free entry for under 12s, so it’s quite a reasonably priced day out with something to suit for all tastes and ages.

Anna added: “We’ve already had a lot of positive interest from the food sector here and have some fantastic stalls and activities lined up for 2018.”

David Evans from Dylan’s Restaurant, one of the founding members of the North West Wales Food Group, said: “Since we introduced the foodslams on Anglesey in 2016, they’ve gone from strength to strength with hundreds attending each one. This has given us the confidence to expand the concept and run similar food events across North Wales and beyond.