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Published 14th Sep 2017

Everyone Eats has been rescheduled to 14th and 15th Ocotober

Everyone Eats – the forthcoming food and drink festival on Centre Square – has been rescheduled to take place on the weekend of October 14-15.

The event was originally due to happen this weekend (September 16-17) but has now been put off until next month.

Everyone Eats is a food and drink festival with a difference in that it ensures that there is something to eat for everyone including vegan, halal, gluten free, organic, vegetarian or dairy free.

The weekend will also see talented local chefs displaying their cookery skills, artisan food producers, street foods, live music and entertainment for children.

The event is also completely free.

Everyone Eats is one of a number of major events being hosted by Centre Square this year. Already the square has hosted Mela, Orange Pip Market’s Summer Special, Nagar Kirtan and Armed Forces Day.

Oktoberfest is due to take place the week after Everyone Eats on Friday, October 21 and Saturday, October 22 and the square will also be the venue for the Magical Middlesbrough Christmas events.

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