Competition! Capturing your Street Feast

We’re giving away brilliant prizes for the best group photos and group videos of your Street Feasts across the country. Last year we gave away The Happy Pear Cookbooks and they went down a treat! With 1,282 feasts taking place nationwide, we’re hoping to see a beautiful array of everyone’s feasts, and we have even more prizes to give away!

We have two competitions; group photos & group videos.

Group Photos

This year, to be in with a chance of winning, you must email us your group photos to . If you tag us at #streetfeast2017 we’ll feature your feasts on our live-feed on the day, and show a county-by-county line-up in the week after. (See last year’s live feed) But to be in the competition, you do need to send your photos to by Friday 16th June.

Group Video – even more fun!

We’re also trying something new. We want you to take a VERY short video (6-8 secs) of your feast with your camera-phone. But this ain’t any ‘ol movie. We want a shot of you around the table, calling out the name of your street, estate or village (whichever sounds best!) We know this sounds kind of crazy, but it’ll be a lot of fun, and we assure you the results will be wonderful!

What’s more, send us this video, and you are twice as likely to win a prize!

Here are the instructions for this simple 6-8 second video;


  1. Put the camera phone at the end of the table (or picnic blanket!)
  2. Get everyone to surround the table, looking at the camera
  3. Hold the camera still, 30cm above the table (see photo below)
  4. Start recording the video; then call out the name of your street, estate or village.
  5. Very important! Email video to us or, if that doesn’t work,

Top tip! If you can do this as a selfie, we’ll be even more impressed. Ha!


Summerhill Heights, Wexford

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Dillon’s Cross, Cork

Street Feast returns to Ireland's streets on Sunday 15th June 2014

Millenium Bridge, Dublin!

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Street Feast is a day of local lunches across Ireland hosted by you and your neighbours. They can be anywhere really - out on the street, in a local park or in your front garden.

There are lots of good reasons to have a Street Feast, but it's really just a great excuse to eat great food, celebrate your local community and meet new people who live near you.