Ilfracombe was awash with dancing folk and victuals this weekend as All Things Morris and the Marsdens North Devon Street Food Awards returned. The quirky weekend festival is just as it says, with Morris dancing, Morris vehicles and anything to do with the name Morris. This included a talk on Friday to launch Ilfracombe Musuems weeklong exhibition on arts and crafts guru William Morris. Saturday was the turn of the Marsdens North Devon Street Food Awards, with vendors thronging the seafront and bidding for a coveted Maurice trophy. There were plenty of visitors, with many vendors selling out most of their stock by the end. The awards were almost a clean sweep for North Devon-based Calaca Loca, which took best seafood, best poultry, best vegetarian and best of the best trophies. Best meat went to Phansits Kitchen and best sweet to Sunfish Cuisine, while the Peoples Choice as voted by visitors on the day went to Combe Crackling. There was Morris dancing on the seafront throughout the day, with more on Sunday plus the arrival of Morris vehicle enthusiasts and their cars. Fore Street was closed to traffic, with an arts and crafts fair plus more Morris dancing and live music. Marnie Quy, chairman of organiser Events4Ilfracombe, said: All Things Morris and Marsdens North Devon Street Food Awards went brilliantly this weekend. There were thousands of people about the town over the weekend enjoying an event in keeping with Ilfracombes Curious Coastal Charm motto. Judge Oliver McCarron of sponsor Marsdens said it once again proved a popular event: We were thrilled to discover so many different street food vendors that currently operate in North Devon and taste such an amazing array of dishes. The quality of the food was outstanding. These local community events are vital for attracting visitors to our area and supporting our local businesses. It was our absolute pleasure to be involved again. I also didnt need to eat again for the rest of the weekend.