A popular Norfolk food festival featuring 50 produce stalls will be returning for its sixth year.

The Reepham Food Festival is set to kick off next Sunday (May 28) in the town's Market Square and Secret Garden, hosting a range of local food and drink producers.

More than 40 stalls are expected, which organisers say will cater to all tastes and diets, as well as an art trail featuring Norfolk artists and locations. 

Bread Source, Barsham Brewery and the Walnut Tree Distillery are among those attending, as well as Reepham cafes and restaurants including The Dial House, Diane’s Pantry, and The Station Cafe.

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The Kings Arms will be serving tapas, burgers and loaded fries, with students from Reepham High School playing live music from 1.30pm.

Organisers said: "After a difficult couple of years, it has not been possible to put on the full range of activities that became our tradition, however, we hope there is plenty for the whole family to enjoy."

Profits from the day will toward the new Sunshine Cafe in Norwich for people suffering with dementia.