Seaham Food Festival returns in 2020 after a successful inaugural event last year. Here's when it takes place - and how to book a stall if you're a trader.
The second instalment of this annual event, Seaham Food Festival 2020 will feature more than 100 stalls selling street food and local produce.
There will also be live music, culinary workshops and an open-air cookery theatre, where celebrity chefs and well-known food personalities will demonstrate how to create dishes of tasty food.
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When is Seaham Food Festival 2020?
Seaham Food Festival 2020 takes place on Saturday and Sunday June 13 and 14 2020.
It just takes place over the weekend, so tickets for the most popular events are bound to go quickly.
I'm a trader - how do I apply for a stall?
Traders can apply for a pitch online at www.seahamfoodfestival.co.uk
Last year, strong winds and torrential rain meant that first day of the inaugural event had to be cancelled.
However, the storm cleared overnight, and more than 15,000 people attended on the Sunday.
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Several famous faces attended, and celebrity chef Phil Vickery inspired huge crowds with his tempting seafood recipes. John Torode was also there, and other chefs and groups who headed to Seaham Food Festival 2019 included Rachel Green, an award-winning chef, local food campaigner, author and television presenter, and seafood specialists The Crabstock Boys.
There were also live music and children's activities, including healthy baking workshops with Little Dots Dishes.
Workshops are ticketed, and advanced booking is recommended.