Two Canterbury bakeries will be playing their part in national Cornish Pasty Week.
The two outlets of the Warrens chain in St Dunstan’s Street and near the Cathedral gate in Burgate will be allowing visitors to sample the famous West Country food.
There will also be children’s activities, social media competitions and offers.
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Warrens opened the St Dunstan’s Street bakery in December with Burgate the following month.
The company said: “Launched last year and run by the Cornish Pasty Association, Cornish Pasty Week was such a triumph that it’s back for another year.
“Pasty lovers across the land can celebrate one of Cornwall’s most famous exports during the week-long festivity, dedicated solely to Cornish pasties, which concludes with the prestigious World Pasty Championships in Cornwall.”
Cornish Pasty week starts on Sunday, February 24 until Saturday, March 2.