A town is to host an outdoor food and drink show as lockdown restrictions ease again.

On Saturday and Sunday 6 June, A Taste of Chorley returns to the town to showcase the great food and drink culture Chorley has to offer.

The event will celebrate food and drink related activities, businesses and products that can be found in the Chorley borough, and will also provide visitors with tips on how to live a healthier more sustainable future.

Throughout the two days there will be cooking demonstrations, food tasting, advice on healthy eating including on a budget, recipes and cooking tips.

There will be a wide range of foods to purchase from local producers, while visitors will have the opportunity to purchase produce they can take home.

A spokesperson for the event said: "There will also be competitions for budding cooks and bakers to enter, and the town centre traders will be competing in a food competition.

"The event will be subject to Covid-19 restrictions at the time and even though we are hopeful that the event can go ahead, we will follow Government guidance at the time."

Over the two days of A Taste of Chorley there will be demonstrations from local chefs, butchers, and bakers.

The demonstration kitchen can be found Market Street, where there will also be a covered seating area for people to watch from.

Additionally, organisers are planning a Great Chorley Bake-Off with three categories to enter this year: professional category, under 16s and adults.

The Baking competitions are sponsored by The Bees Country Kitchen and The Brinscall Baker.

Parking is either free or cheap on all Chorley town centre car parks.

For more information please visit: checkoutchorley.com/atasteofchorley