FOODIES will flock to Abingdon this weekend for the return of the town's popular food and drink festival.

Now in its 6th year, the Rye Farm Meadow event will feature 80 food and drink stalls, with eight chefs in two marquees demonstrating throughout the day.

Organised by the Rotary Club of Abingdon Vesper, there will also be live bands, and children's entertainment.

IN PICTURES: See last year packed food and drink festival

Students from the town’s secondary schools will also invited to take part in the festival’s annual cake making competition.

Running between 10am and 6pm, there will be a wide range of stalls, bringing authentic street food from around the globe to the Oxfordshire town.

Everything authentic Hungarian food to traditional Indian cuisine will be offer.

These, along with artisan cocktails and soft drinks, can be enjoyed in the central picnic area.

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Last summer more than 4,000 people attended the riverside festival raising around £20,000 for good causes.

This time money raised will be shared among local charities, with the main beneficiary Thames Valley Air Ambulance.

Entrance is £5 and free for those aged 14 and under.

There will also be free parking.

For more information and a full line up of stalls and chefs visit