WHETHER it's a nice cup of Lancashire tea or a piping hot Holland's pie, this weekend's food festival is sure to whet everyone's appetite.
The Lancashire Food Festival is now in its 10th year and features a whole host of delectable delights for people to sample from the county's favourites, to exotic and international dishes.
The event will be held in Accrington Town Hall on Saturday and Sunday and there will also be street music and dancing as well as a festival cafe for visitors.
Local community health professionals from East Lancashire Primary Care Trust will be holding healthy tasting sessions over the two-day event.
Jeanette Gibson, healthy eating specialist at the PCT, said: "We simply want to give people a lead in what healthy options are available. It's all part of our effort to get out into the communities of East Lancashire to show people that a healthy and balanced diet can be achieved and lead to a healthier lifestyle."
Healthy breakfasts, home-made cake loaves and smoothie cocktails will all be on offer along with sessions of tai-chi and yoga.
Visitors who are in need of a nice cuppa during the day can learn the art of making the perfect brew on the Lancashire Tea stand.
Lynn Hitchen, co-owner of Lancashire Tea, said: "Everyone's pallet is different and some may prefer their tea in a completely different way to the next person but for real tea enthusiasts we felt it high time that we share our knowledge with those as mad about tea as we are."
The festival will be open between 10am and 3.30pm and admission is £1