The festival of our dreams is coming to Yorkshire! Kelham Island will be the home to all things chocolate next month – and it sounds amazing. A chocolate festival in Sheffield sounds like the greatest thing ever!
The Steel City’s coolest district now has the tastiest festival dedicated to chocolate that will have all those with a sweet tooth in heaven as they take in the stalls dedicated to all kinds of chocolate creations.
Taking place on the 24th of October, the chocolate festival will be held in Kelham Island Museum and will include 50 stalls dedicated to chocolate. Not only that, but it will have workshops and live music for people to enjoy as well.
Named the first-ever chocolate festival in Sheffield, it is run by Roundabout, a charity that deals with youth homelessness. They will have everything from brownies, doughnuts, hot chocolate and rum – as well as numerous other treats to indulge. As well as all this chocolatey goodness, there are some chocolate-themed gifts.
According to The Star, speaking about the event Roundabout’s Event Fundraiser, Emily Bush, said: “We are super excited to launch Yorkshire’s first-ever chocolate festival.
“There is going to be something for everyone, from brownies and doughnuts to hot chocolate and rum.
“You’ll find numerous treats to indulge in and other non-edible chocolate-themed gifts that will save your waistline too.”
If you are a business interested in having a stall at this event organisers say there are still stalls available, so get in touch. If you’d also like to find out more, check out their social channels here or visit their website.
We best buy some joggers so we can eat as much as we like!