Competition Winners

A massive thank you to all of you who sent in content for our photo & video competitions. We were blown away by not only the quantity of photos but also the quality. It’s safe to say you captured the

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Oh What A Day

Across the country, roads were closed as picnic blankets and tables were laid out, piled high with food and goodies as over 100,000 neighbours chose to turn off their tellies, leave their houses and take to the streets to meet,

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Prizes! Prizes! Prizes!

Competition time! And boy, do we have some good prizes lined up. Fancy winning some of them? We’re looking for the best group photos and videos of Street Feasts from across the country. Group Photos Take a group photo at

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Don’t forget your free Street Chalk!

This year we are DELIGHTED to have teamed up with your local libraries to provide you with bonus street chalk to bring to a feast. See previous blog post here for street chalk ideas. Visit any one of the libraries

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Planet Sustie- Affordable, Compostable Party Products

Wether you’ve watched David Attenborough’s new “One Planet” or seen first hand the build up of waste in our oceans, there’s no denying the epidemic of plastic pollution. Slowly we’re waking up to the fact that although recycling is better

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Last Chance To Register

Don’t wait a minute longer! Street Feast just around the corner, time is running out to register your feast. You’ve got just 2 days left to sign up on our website. Once you’re registered, we’ll make sure to send out

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Community Projects After Street Feast

The idea for Street Feast is simple- gather your neighbours and enjoy a meal together. But it doesn’t have to end there.. We’ve heard stories from communities across the country about how their Street Feast sparked ideas for exciting projects

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A Fun-tastic Feast

What better excuse to let your hair down and have some FUN than Street Feast day. Through the years we’ve seen people get up to all sorts of silliness from water fights to three-legged races.. and we’re not just talking

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The Packs Are On Track

The packs are on their way! Following a few issues with our printer ( the guys who print & send out the packs) , we’re back on track with the packs. What will I get in my pack? You’ll get

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Weather Planning

The neighbours are invited & the party plans made.. now is a good time to start to thinking about the slightly (*ehem*) unpredictable weather in Ireland. Preparation is Key We’re all about being optimistic but when it comes to Irish

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Anna’s Golden Syrup Flapjacks

Oh the trusty flapjack.. Perfectly chewy but still satisfyingly gooey – a true staple at the Street Feast table.

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‘Ello To The Big Hello

This year, we’re excited to be partnering up with the team at The Big Hello . The Big Hello is an initiative run by The Department of Rural and Community Development, encouraging people to run community focused events in their

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Food For Connection

In the age of increasing technology & fast paced living, our relationship with food is changing. Now we eat alone in our cars or in front of the TV. It’s time to reclaim meal times ! Food has an incredible

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Grassroots Campaigns- An Opportunity For Change

Grassroots activism is about mobilising a group of people, who are passionate about a cause and using the force behind their conviction to push for action

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Oh Chalk Glorious Chalk

Fancy a pack of free chalk for your Street Feast? Well you may be in luck! We’ll be dropping of boxes of chalk to libraries across the country for any Street Feast host in the area!

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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.