Second helping of street food in Royston

PUBLISHED: 17:08 16 August 2018 | UPDATED: 17:08 16 August 2018

Last month's Royston Street Food Heroes event. Picture: Street Food Heroes

Last month's Royston Street Food Heroes event. Picture: Street Food Heroes

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A second street food evening is coming to Royston tomorrow, after the first course was such a big success.

Last month's Royston Street Food Heroes event. Picture: Street Food HeroesLast month's Royston Street Food Heroes event. Picture: Street Food Heroes

It follows on from the inaugural event last month by the Street Food Heroes, who have previously hosted evenings in Tring, Hemel Hempstead and Hertford.

On their Facebook page, it says: “After a super successful first event in July where many hundreds of people came out to the Priory Memorial Gardens, we are coming back.

“It’s free, fun for all the family and has a lovely relaxed atmosphere. Don’t miss out.”

Due to the popularity of the first event in Royston last month, there will be more vendors. These are La Flamenca, Jack’s Smoke Shack, Duck N Bite, Soul Shack, Baja Cantina, Van Pizza, Huggs & Yum, Uncle G Gourmet Fried Chicken, I Am Dumpling, The Weeping Chef, Pull Me Cheri.

The Banquet Inn will once again be providing drinks and resident DJ Ross will be playing tunes throughout.

The trucks, trailers and gazebos will be open from 4pm to 9pm at Priory Memorial Gardens.

For more information go to www.facebook.com/streetfoodheroes1

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