Hundreds of people have descended on Preston’s Flag Market to celebrate diversity and tuck into some amazing food from around the world.
The second annual Feast For Peace has brought people from all nations together in the Flag Market and Harris Museum with the slogan: “If we can eat together we can live together.”
Volunteer chefs are cooking up treats from all around the globe to reflect the city’s diverse communities.
The Post’s off-duty content editor Jenny Simpson went down and stuffed her face with all kinds of grub from around the globe.
“The vibe down here is hungry,” she said. “I’ve had Syrian, Indian, Brazillian and Lancashire food.”
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