A 'bitesize' version of the Llangollen Food Festival took place this weekend.

Over the years, the major event - traditionally held at the pavilion - has attracted thousands of people to the town on an annual basis.

It provides a shop window for more than 100 stallholders and has previously been named as one of the UK’s Top 10 food festivals by the Daily Telegraph and Independent newspapers.

This time around though, following what has been an uncertain year and a half for so many people and business alike, a slimmed down event took place in the courtyard of the Gale's Wine Bar on Bridge Street on October 16 and 17, between 10am and 4pm.

There were still plenty of local producers happy to talk about their wares.

On Facebook, Alison Wagstaff said: "Visited today, shopping bags full, EXCELLENT!"

"I loved it and will be back for the next one. Just love that I can quiz the producers and that they are all so passionate."