West College Scotland is delighted to be taking part in Paisley's first-ever Food Festival.
Running alongside the last day of the ever-popular Paisley Beer Festival, the event which will take place on Saturday 25 April will celebrate the finest Scottish produce as part of Scotland's Year of Food and Drink.
The food market at Abbey Close will play host to an array of stalls including that of West College Scotland who will have their talented Professional Cookery and Hospitality students from the College's Paisley campus there offering visitors a taste and the opportunity to purchase the finest Scottish foods.
Renfrewshire's Provost, Anne Hall said, "The council has organised the first-ever Paisley Food Festival to run alongside Renfrewshire CAMRA's ever-popular Paisley Beer Festival, which is now in its 28th year.
"Saturday 25 April will see the area around Abbey Close in the town centre come alive with activity including kids' TV favourite Mr Bloom, pizza and chocolate-making workshops, and several outdoor food and craft markets.
"We are delighted that West College Scotland is on board to be one the stallholders and I am sure whatever the students serve up on the day will go down well with the many visitors we are expecting."
As well as the food market there will be chocolate making and pizza making workshops and food science and art workshops. With an array of activities on offer this is a must see event, so pop along to Abbey Close from 12-6pm to be part of this special event.
For more information visit: http://www.renfrewshire.gov.uk/webcontent/home/services/leisure+and+culture/events/events-paisleyfoodfest-mar15