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Middlesbrough's annual Town Meal - a celebration of local food growing and eating! 

The afternoon’s entertainment will also feature the Bilsdale Silver Band along with children from the Captain Cook and Hemlington Hall school choirs, and nostalgia fans will be able to take a 1976 double decker bus ride to North Ormesby and the Transporter Bridge.

The Fire Brigade will be in attendance with their chip pan fire demonstration and St John Ambulance and Cleveland Police will also have vehicles on display.

In addition to the Human Table Football, a range of children’s entertainment will include pony rides, bouncy castles, Punch and Judy, KMX Karts and a boxing ring which are all free to play on.

The event has garnered celebrity attention, with top chef Raymond Blanc paying tribute to a truly innovative community initiative: “This is certainly a great way to involve all the community - what a great event.

“I love that so many people have played their part – growing and sharing from their allotments, offering their local produce with their neighbours.”

For more information visit Middlesbrough Environment City

Centre Square

Surrounded by the Town Hall, Civic Centre, Central Library and mima Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art, this modernised public square also includes the London 2012 Live Site and Big Screen Middlesbrough.

Centre Square is the perfect spot to bring a picnic, watch the world go by and enjoy a varied programme of arts and events.