EATH is the place to be for foodies this weekend as the town serves up its fifth annual helping of all things food and drink.
"Local businesses are again heavily involved with restaurants, cafes, hotels and bars hosting themed events during the festival," says Neath town centre manager Gemma Nesbitt.
"Since its inception in 2009, the event's recipe for success has been partnership working between the public, private and third sectors."
More than 60 exhibitors will line the town's streets to show off the best of fresh, local produce. "From Welsh to Spanish to Jamaican, there will be plenty to suit all tastes!" adds Gemma.
A feast of other activities are also on the menu, with live music, cookery demonstrations, children's activities, produce shows and community projects all helping to make this a true celebration for all the senses.
New events for this year include a Vintage Pinny making workshop in Angel Square and Cask Ale Tasting in Neath Town Hall. There will also be a programme of entertainment in Victoria Gardens and Gwyn Hall.