Clear your schedules as Street Food Heroes is set to offer a "line-up dreams are made of" in Royston next weekend.

Having started eight years ago, founder Ed Fowler left his job in customer services and started selling toasties from a classic Citroen H Van.

His business, Toastielicious, currently has a home on Harpenden High Street, but Ed's love for street food has since grown into a touring event - Street Food Heroes.

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Grab your picnic blankets and camping chairs and head on to the Priory Memorial Gardens on Saturday, June 17, from 11am to 6pm.

You can expect to see many popular vendors such as Pull Me Cheri, Cafe 77, The Jerk Chicken Man, Hyderabadi Dhaba, La Paella Paella, Jacks Smoke Shack, Churro Boyz, Dough with the Flow and Chakalaka - South African StrEat Food.

A spokesperson for the event said: "This incredible bunch of food vendors will be showing off what they do best, and you don’t get much better than this lot."

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To wash the food down, the event has brough on Banquet Inn Bars to serve craft beer, lager, gins, wine, cider, pimms & prosecco.

For entertainment, DJ Ross Mills will also be playing popular tunes all day.

To know more about the event and other locations it will take place, go to