Volunteers needed as Feast for Peace returns to Preston for fourth outing

Posted on - 25th August, 2019 - 7:00am | Author - | Posted in - City Centre, Flag Market, Food & Drink, Preston City Centre, Things to Do in and around Preston, What's On in Preston
Chefs at the ready for 2017's Feast for Peace
Chefs at the ready for 2017’s Feast for Peace

Feast for Peace is returning to the Flag Market again this year.


The event, which is part of Preston’s Summer Saturdays, is a celebration of food, community and cultural diversity.

Organiser Kay Johnson from The Larder is looking for volunteer chefs and performers to help at the event.

Last year’s Feast for Peace was postponed from its summer slot due to work and family commitments, and a lack of funding. Instead the event happened in November and took on a remembrance theme to mark Armistice Day.

This year Feast for Peace will take place on Saturday 31 August.

For more information about volunteering contact Kay at or via The Larder Facebook page.

Read more: See what else is on in Preston

Will you be going to Feast for Peace this year? Have you been before? Let us know in the comments below.

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