Huddersfield Food and Drink Festival was a resounding success, with more than 100,000 people flocking to St George's Square to try cuisine from around the world and enjoy the bars and cocktail stalls.
Visitor numbers peaked on Saturday, with between 50,000 and 60,000 people at the foodie event — and lots of you have taken to social media to give your verdict on the festival's 15th outing.
There have also been calls for organisers the Huddersfield Partnership to explore the possibility of a Christmas event later this year.
Here's what you made of this year's Food and Drink Festival:
Rob Thewlis: "Great event. Yeah some of the prices were high but they are like that each and every year. Had a great time. The new wooden huts looked great and moving some stalls on to food avenue worked well. Deffo need a Christmas one. Maybe not just a food and drink festival but a Christmas Market selling unique xmas gifts and food and drink... let's get Hudds on the map!"
Man in the Street enjoyed performing at Festival at Dusk:
Laura Marie: "I was there all day Saturday, absolutely fantastic day! Busy but not uncomfortably busy, prices standard for that kind of event, quick moving queues at bars and toilets and relatively clean toilets all things considered. Bumped in to lots of old friends and the sun didn't stop shining!"
Carole Walker Downey: "Faaaaantastic- Kirklees - help these guys out on prices for stalls though and they can reduce their costs a little to the public and in doing so - more people will attend - all in all though a fantastic event!"
James Butterworth: "Wasn't too packed, more open spaced than previous years, the new wood shacks looked great. All in all I think a great success. Love having stuff like this in Huddersfield."
Stevie Jay Photography posted this snap on Saturday:
Duncan Moffat: "We came from Hull, very impressed will come again, I have a spine problem but found plenty of seats when needed and not crowded."
Chris Shaw enjoyed something spicy:
Five things we learned:
1. People liked the new wooden huts... Lots of you said the new huts were a great addition to the festival and looked great in St George's Square.
2. ...but asked for more seating on busy days. More seating areas were requested for people to enjoy their Festival grub, while one commenter suggested the festival should move to Greenhead Park so people can sit on the grass, picnic-style.
3. There were calls for smaller portions — so people could sample more of the different cuisines the festival had to offer.
4. ...and for Kirklees Council to pitch in. While the council provided additional street cleaning and marketing support worth £10,000 to the festival, Facebook fans said the council should contribute funds to help the festival expand, and support traders with the cost of running a stall. A Kirklees Council spokeswoman told the Examiner that financial support in future years would be considered in the context of 'the overall financial position of the council'.
5. Can we have a Christmas market? Festival visitors have told the Huddersfield Partnership and the Examiner that a similar Christmas event would be a great idea, with stalls selling unique gifts as well as seasonal food and drink.
What do you think?