GROSVENOR Shopping Centre has held its annual Food Fiesta in aid of its chosen charity partner for the year, Macmillan Cancer Support.

Last weekend, the Chester city centre shopping complex turned green to host the event, held in partnership with Taste Cheshire.

Shoppers were able to peruse the region's finest food and drink, from the likes of Slabs Crisps, Carslake Tea and Big 5 Sauces.

In addition to the Go Green Food Fiesta, Macmillan also attended to offer information and support to passing shoppers and promote awareness of what they do at the charity.

Centre manager at Grosvenor Shopping Centre Julie Webb said: "We are proud to announce Macmillan Cancer Support as our charity of the year.

"Macmillan provide a source of support to people across the UK and we were so pleased to see so many shoppers engaging in the Go Green Food Fiesta to raise vital funds to help Macmillan continue their fantastic work."

Megan Kong, corporate fundraising manager, Cheshire, Merseyside, Wirral and Isle of Man at Macmillan Cancer Support, said: "Fundraising events like the Food Fiesta really help to raise vital funds and awareness for our charity. We can't wait to be a part of so many upcoming events within the centre throughout 2018."

Stephen Wundke, chief executive at Taste Cheshire, added: "We really enjoyed seeing all the local suppliers at the Go Green Food Fiesta in Grosvenor Shopping Centre and look forward to returning for our fourth year."

Macmillan Cancer Support provides practical, emotional and personal support to people affected by cancer every year. The charity is there to support people during treatment, help with work and money worries, and listen when people need to talk about their feelings.