Old Town was packed with foodies on Sunday afternoon all digging into some delicious street food.
The first Old Town Street Food Festival was held in Wood Street on Sunday afternoon with the road packed with hundreds of foodies seeking out different cuisines.
The festival was called The Sausage and Ale Festival until a rebrand this year to make the event reflect the diverse types of international cuisine offered by the Swindon area.
Live music played throughout the day but the main event was the food itself.
Food included Howies offering Cornish Pasties, Cocina del Diablo offering Mexican food, Stockers offering classic street food, C&C Caterers offering Indian cuisine, Soleluna Pizza, The Ridge, Fiesta Da Cuba with dogs and Cuban slices, Levyan Spice with Jamaican/Caribbean, and The Kings Arms and Balulas also in on the act.
For those with a sweet tooth there were cupcakes from Glamorose, brownies and cookie pie from Sugar Shack, and fudge and pick n' mix from Mama's Sweet Treats.
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