Foodies can enjoy a five-day festival of different cuisines at a restaurant.
The Viceroy in Biggleswade will be hosting the event in aid of two different charities from Sunday, October 7 to Thursday, October 11.
There will be Indian, Chinese, Thai, Mexican and Portuguese cuisines available on different days.
Each day there will be food stalls and other attractions in the garden of the Sun Street restaurant from midday onwards.
In the evening a four-course meal will be available for £19.95 per person, and there will be live music, including an Elvis impersonator and the Rat Pack.
All proceeds will be split between Cancer Research and the Aysha Academy Trust, a registered charity which is run by the Boshor family who own the restaurant.
The charity has opened two schools in Bangladesh, providing basic education, clothing, housing and food to more than 500 orphans.
The organisation also aims to raise money for and help charities and good causes in Chronicle Country.
Hundreds of visitors are expected to enjoy the food festival.
For more information or to buy tickets contact The Viceroy on 01767 312110.
Anyone who would like to find out more or become a volunteer for the Aysha Academy Trust should also contact the restaurant.