THIS YEAR’S Wrexham Feast proved to be another roaring success as people turned up in their thousands to support the event. 

The two-day festival once again transformed Waterworld Car Park in the city centre into a foodie frenzy over the weekend (September 23 and 24). 

The event played showcased more than 90 traders from north Wales and beyond as over 4,500 people turned up on the Saturday alone.

The weekend also features amazing cookery demos from local chefs showcasing their amazing culinary skills, as well as live music throughout the day and into the night.

Another big attraction at the event was the Rajasthani Brass Band which brought a colourful atmosphere and plenty of life to the city centre. 

The Leader visited Wrexham Feast on Sunday morning, just as hundreds more guests were beginning to pile in through the gates.

Despite the dull weather in Wrexham on the day, event manager Sammi Harris said she was expecting the event to ‘at least match’ last year’s record attendance of 8,500 people come the end of Sunday.

She added: “It’s been really good. We really appreciate everyone who’s come out to support us again this year. 

"Our traders have had an amazing time. Loads of traders sold out yesterday. The music has been amazing and Rajasthani band bought people through the town centre.

“It’s been great seeing all the cultural differences come together with the food and drink and everyone’s been really happy.”

Click on our gallery above to have a look at just some of the business we stopped to speak to on Sunday. 

Be sure to also keep an eye out for our Taste Test on some of the stalls we visited which we will have coming out in the next day or two!