Locomotion cake to be focal point of Darlington food festival

The Northern Echo: Alex Hirst of Distinct Darlington and chef Martyn Edmonds from Clervaux Bakery with the Locomotion cake Alex Hirst of Distinct Darlington and chef Martyn Edmonds from Clervaux Bakery with the Locomotion cake

AN edible homage to the North East’s railway heritage will form the focal point of a food festival in Darlington.

The Distinctly Delicious Darlington Festival of Food will take place between May 24 and 26, and will also include street theatre and an ‘eat-along’ movie experience.

The festival will end with a Locomotion Cake Parade through the town centre - a giant edible recreation of the 32 carriages pulled by the world’s first passenger engine on the Stockton and Darlington Railway in 1825.

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