A ONE-OFF winter Street Food Affair and twilight market will take place at Stourbridge's Bonded Warehouse this weekend.

Organisers of the popular mini festival style events, held by the Stourbridge canalside throughout the summer, have laid on a final event for 2017 which is taking place this Saturday December 9.

The seasonal affair, which will run from 3pm to 9pm, is free to attend and will feature an array of street food vendors selling seasonal eats and drinks including mulled wine and hot chocolate.

There'll also be vintage and festive gifts on sale plus live music from the likes of Esther Turner and Jess Silk and performances by Stream of Sound choir at 6.30pm and Stourbridge Rock Choir from 8pm.

Contemporary painter Dean Melbourne, who was recently named one of the Black Country's 100 Masters as part of a Wolverhampton arts event, will also be opening his studio at nearby Titan House on Old Wharf Road during the event.

Stourbridge Foodbank volunteers will also be manning a collection point at the event - and are asking people to bring along any small items they may wish to donate to the charity Street Food Affair organiser Sarah New said she has been overwhelmed by the support and interest in the bustling outdoor events and she has vowed to bring them back in 2018.