A food festival is set to take place in Sutton following consultations with the Council and safety advisory group.

Organisers at FeastyFest have revealed Cheam Park as their 'safer' and more suitable location for September 13.

The festival is encouraging families to celebrate Sutton's food produce and street food traders to help small businesses recover.

Festival-goers can expect around 100 food producers, chef demonstrations, 25 street food traders, live music, wine tastings and kids entertainment.

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The festival has announced a series of social distancing measures:

-The festival will take place on a 'much larger' site

-There will be seating to allocate up to 2,500 people

-Reduced capacities

-Marked-out picnic spots for each family bubble.

-Increased queuing lanes, free water and free face masks

- Double the number of toilets to allow for greater cleaning and roaming bar staff.

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A spokesperson for the festival said: "FeastyFest has been a labour of love for the last three years and is non-for-profit.

"The aim of the event has always been to allow families to come and enjoy a great day out celebrating local food produce and street food traders alongside some of the best chef’s in the country, kid’s entertainment, and brilliant music.

"The fact that we can continue with this year’s event is just fantastic.

"We can’t wait to see everyone enjoying the great line up of chefs, foodies and music that we’ve got in store."

Tickets are priced at £5 for an adult or £3 for a child.

The festival will take place between 10.00 am to 7.00 pm.

Tickets are live on sale now at www.feastyfest.co.uk