THE sun shone over Menai Bridge as hundreds attended the lively festival on Saturday.

Gates opened at 9.30am and by midday, the football field and its surrounding streets were covered in guests who had gathered to sample some of the best produce that Anglesey has to offer.

All manner of tasty samples, from gin to flapjacks, were on display as producers and retailers set up shop.

The likes of Flame and Grain Wood Fire Catering, Cwrw Ogwen and the newly established Mountain Mead proved to be popular with visitors.

Live entertainment was performed throughout the event too with The Ruby Blues Band, Josh Weaver, Bo Millerjen, Kiani Marie, Lost Like Alice, Wil Tan, Monswn and Miv and Kev all wowing guests.

Commenting on the success of the festival, Town Clerk Wendy Faulkner said: "Menai Bridge Town Council are delighted with the response to the first Menai Food Festival held on the town’s Recreation Ground.

"People came from all over the island, so we would like to thank them for their support.

"The Council would also like to thank the volunteers, sponsors, local businesses and the organisers for choosing Menai Bridge as the place to hold their event.

"The response from social media is encouraging for next year too."

North Wales Chronicle photographer Kerry Roberts went along to the event to capture all that was scrumptious to eat as well as all who were enjoying what was on offer.