The future of foodPark


Five years after setting up the city’s street food collective and operator of street food lunch markets, foodPark founder Heidi White has stepped away from the business.

A local award-winning foodie and Eat Cambridge festival organiser, Heidi has had a hand in creating Cambridge’s buzzing street food scene. Founded in the summer of 2014, from humble beginnings on a scrap of undeveloped land at the CB1 Estate by Cambridge Station, to today’s multiple lunch market pitches. foodPark’s incredible street food journey has spanned half a decade and helped shaped the landscape of Cambridge’s food scene.

foodParkCredit: Stella Pereira

If you’re a fan of Cambridge street food, you’ll be happy to know business will continue as usual for the weekly lunch markets. Heidi will be leaving the foodPark legacy in the capable hands of local events organiser, Rebecca Chong, who has been responsible for the successful ‘Off the Beaten Truck’ street food events in Saffron Walden and also has experience running her own business, Tribecca Coffee.

Rebecca intends to continue the foodPark brand and ethos we all know and love and shares Heidi’s same dedication and passion for high quality street food.

You’ll be able to find the lunch market line-ups on foodPark’s social channels as always, and you can check what’s happening at

Feature image credit: Charlotte Griffiths