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Rhiwbina Street Food Festival to cook up a treat

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The first-ever Rhiwbina Street Food Festival is being held on Friday 2nd December outside Bethany Baptist Church and in the grounds of Llanishen Fach Primary School.

The event promises to be a real treat with street food vendors including Got Beef, Mr Croqenwich, Flour’d Up and local businesses Gateway of India, Baked@88 and Big Fish, Little Fish. There will be music and entertainment from Morris Dancers, to children’s singing and entertainment. Bacon rolls and hot soup will be available to purchase from the kitchen and there will be a focus on providing meals for younger guests.

The first-ever Rhiwbina Street Food Festival is being held on Friday 2nd December outside Bethany Baptist Church and in the grounds of Llanishen Fach Primary School.

The event promises to be a real treat with street food vendors including Got Beef, Mr Croqenwich, Flour’d Up and local businesses Gateway of India, Baked@88 and Big Fish, Little Fish. There will be music and entertainment from Morris Dancers, to children’s singing and entertainment. Bacon rolls and hot soup will be available to purchase from the kitchen and there will be a focus on providing meals for younger guests.

The beautiful Christmas Tree Festival will be taking place inside Bethany Baptist Church, where visitors can vote for their favourite trees. There will also be a colouring competition for the children.

Organiser Jayne Cowan said:

“A huge thanks to the school for their help and support. We are delighted to welcome a number of local businesses to the event.

“We will be holding a raffle on the night and the proceeds will be split between Cancer Research Wales, St John Cymru Wales (Rhiwbina and Llanishen Division), Bethany Baptist Church and Llanishen Fach Primary School. There will also be a bucket collection to support these charities and good causes.”

Santa will be in attendance between 4.30pm-6.30pm on the night. Entry to see Santa is £2 to include a gift.

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