The Great Wight Bite took over the Isle of Wight’s Northwood House for a weekend (September 9 and 10) of cracking entertainment, food, drink and special guests.

The event was jam-packed full of delicious street food traders from across the Island and the south coast, alongside some of the Island’s best artisan food, drink and craft producers.

A host of Isle of Wight organisations and food producers were involved - among them were The Cheverton Farm Butchers, Wight Knuckle Brewery, Richmonds Bakery, Slab Artisan Fudge, Mint & Wight and many more.

Visitors enjoyed the Chefs Demo Stage, hosted by BAFTA-winning broadcaster Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall alongside BBC One Show’s Chris Bavin, showcasing the Island’s very best talent, including our own resident chef Robert Thompson.

Hugh described his demonstration as ‘chaotic’, as he threw food onto the audience to find tasters for his mackerel sandwich!

Great Wight Bite’s Masterclass Kitchen offered local food and drink producers showing off their talents and the Little Chefs Den allowed budding cooks to enjoy a range of classes.

Yesterday night provided music courtesy of the tribute act UK Queen - formerly Rhapsody Queen- starring Alexander Koronka as Freddie Mercury.