The children were looked after with lots of activities like a giant sand pit in the middle of Market Square!
and even the new ones were catered for.
There was a plethora of different street foods available, more than I had time to put here but a good representation is:-
Riverford Organic Farmers Vegetable Service
Food from Indonesia
mobile pancakes - what's not to love about that ...
Local Bar Meze treating us to some authentic Cypriot food
The Caribbean was represented by Carmen's Caribbean Kitchen
German sausages no 1 ...
and further down German sausages no 2!
Pop over to Brazil for a taste of The 2016 Olympics!! (a regular in the town centre)
From the same side of the world Mexican cuisine was represented
St Albans' very own Smokehouse Deli invited people to stop by for a delicious, slow roasted lamb in a bun and a quick gyrate of hips from Facebook video sensation and owner Gels!
Local Heaven is a Cupcake tickled our sweet tooth with her beautiful and delicious creations
Well known Tiptree jams came all the way from Essex to join the festivities - introducing St Albans to the new Plum gin and Strawberry gin! They were delicious!!
The stage was set at the top of the town with live music and entertainment -
so grab a locally brewed beer and sit and enjoy:- Farr Brew, brewed locally in Wheathampstead
3 Brewers, brewed right here in St Albans (watch out for a post coming about both of the local beer brewers from St Albans the home of the Campaign for Real Ale)
I loved this eco-friendly and avant guarde Christmas tree!
There were many more stalls and street foods available. The atmosphere was really lively and up beat. I even heard a rumour that there will be a 2nd Annual St Albans Street Festival next year. Worth coming out for on a Sunday!