Thursday, 6th August 2015, 00:00 AM - Sunday, 9th August 2015, 00:00 AM

Last years Huddersfield Food and Drink Festival, otherwise known as Hudds Fest,  attracted over 100,000 visitors, this year on their 15th anniversary the festival hopes to attract even more.

Hudds Fest is Yorkshire’s largest free food festival, running for four days every August and set against the impressive backdrop of St George’s Square.

The 15th anniversary year seeks to be bigger and better and feature a number of pre-events leading up to the festival itself.

As usual the festival programme will boast an impressive line-up of free demonstrations and sampling sessions, as well as workshops and entertainment for children.

Marquees will stay open until later on Friday and Saturday evenings to give festival-goers the chance to enjoy the live music and soak up the atmosphere a little longer.

To keep up to date with Festival news and activities like their Facebook page and follow them on Twitter.

About The Author

Yorkshire's only dedicated food and drink website from Yorkshire Post Newspapers and its sister titles in the region. Showcasing everything Yorkshire has to offer from the fruits of the sea to the fields of the moors and beyond. It includes unbiased restaurant reviews by renowned food critics, recipes and 'how to' videos from some of Yorkshire's finest chefs and latest food and drink news and blogs from around our amazing county. And you can have your say either on the site or via our Facebook and Twitter accounts.

Let us know what you think