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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org with your stand size and the type of cuisine you serve.