Bath Boules calls for local food vendors!

by Milly McDermott

15 April 2019

Fancy getting involved with the famous Bath Boules this year?

The annual Bath Boules tournament returns for another fun-packed long weekend of friendly competition, live music and – this is where you come in – bustling street food market.

Each year the roads around Queens Square are closed, and in place of the traffic sits a host of food vendors, enticing visitors in with the fragrant smell of freshly cooked grub. The event aims to feature a diverse range of street food to create a lively market atmosphere – and there are still a couple of spots left.


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The Bath Boules is a much-loved tradition, having run for over 20 years to support local charities. In the past decade, it's raised a massive £400,000 for the likes of Dorothy House, Julian House and Off the Record. This much-loved festival is set in the centre of the city in Bath’s Queens Square and runs from 14 to 16 June.

Bookings for vendors are taken on a first come, first served basis, so make sure you show your interest sooner rather than later by emailing with your stand size and the type of cuisine you serve.