Taking place on Saturday 25 November, from 10AM to 4PM the event will have something for all the family including a special appearance by Father Christmas.
Beverley Town Council are promising there will be lots to do as the Minster is transformed into a festive fare boasting over 60 stalls.
Along with activities for children, there will also be a range of talks, live music and other festive related demonstrations.
Town Clerk, Helen Watson says the event is not only a great day out but it also supports town’s economy with around 8,000 people expected to attend, she said;
“This will be the sixth year we have staged the event and we are expecting a good number of people to come along.”
“It’s just a lovely day out for all the family. Children will be able to see Father Christmas and will be very welcome to take pictures with him with their own cameras, there is no charge for this.”
“The Beverley Christmas Festival of Food and Drink has a very positive impact on the local economy, making it good for the whole town.”
“People who come to the Christmas Festival of Food and Drink also visit the pubs, cafes, restaurants and shops whilst in the town.”
“Hopefully this will encourage those who are visiting from further afield to come back to Beverley in the future.”
For Beverley Minster the event is a perfect opportunity for them to showcase the building to thousands of people, many of who travel to the town especially for the day.
Refreshments and hot food will also be available on the day and in the Parish Hall hot drinks will be provided by the Beverley Minster catering team.
Anyone planning on driving to the event is advised to park at the out of town retail Park Flemingate just five minutes’ walk away. Parking will cost just £1 for three hours.