PICNIC Penarth returns this weekend – with a new location in Penarth town centre.

Picnic Penarth showcases the best of local street food providers, with a helping of family entertainment on the side.

Last year’s event saw over 14,000 attend on the Esplanade.

The event opens at noon on Saturday, September 14, with food and entertainment running until 10pm. The festival reopens at noon on Sunday, running to 7pm.

Traders and businesses include Bella Paella, Doughnutterie, Dusty Knuckle Pizza, Ele’s Little Kitchen, Hard Lines Coffee, Hohi Hogi Hogi, Keralan Karavan, Meat and Greek, Meating Point, Mr Twister, Ridiculously Rich by Alana, The Crepe Escape, Brod – The Danish Bakery, The Hellenic Eatery, The Pudding Wagon, Tukka Tuk, Umpa Lumpa Sweet Shop, Vale Roast Meat Company and Windsor Fruits. Bars will be provided by local traders., including Bar 44 and The Bear’s Head. Amusements and face-painting will be on hand, with a background of family friendly stage entertainment.

Picnic Penarth will be free to enter, and will be plastic free.

Windsor Road will be closed from its junction with Arcot Street to its junction with Albert Road and Lower Glebe Street will also be closed from its junction with Ludlow Lane to Windsor Road from noon on Friday, September 13 until midnight on Sunday.

Further information can be found at: www.picnicpenarth.wales