Pembrokeshire County Show is the largest agricultural county show in Wales – three days of great entertainment are planned for the Show this year. New attractions, improved activity zones, the return of the Fairground, numerous classes for livestock and horses and a host of trade stands to entice you.
Food Festivals in Wales
Held in the Brecon Market Hall and surrounding streets, Saturday 6th October is expected to draw in huge crowds of people eager to taste the local delights all produced and farmed in the landscape of Brecon Beacons National Park. In fact, we can pretty much guarantee that the produce has travelled less distance than the visitors who come to enjoy them.
Event director Chris Willliams said, “The Welsh Menu Live is an exciting new event for Wales, and we have a schedule of scrumptious activities planned across the weekend. We’re delighted to give small Welsh producers an opportunity to promote their excellent food and drink products to Swansea locals and Bank Holiday visitors,”
Cardigan’s River & Food Festival takes place on Saturday 11 & Sunday 12 August 2012. The festival will be held at Cardigan’s Quay Street car park, next to the River Teifi. The festival attracts around 8,000 visitors, with more than 70 food, drink and crafts exhibitors.
The Lampeter Food Festival 2012 will be held on Saturday 28 July 2012 at the Lampeter campus of the University of Wales Trinity Saint David.
Over the years, the Cardigan Bay Seafood Festival has grown to be one of the highlights of the food calendar in Wales and several thousand people are expected to flock to the quayside this summer to see and taste the best of local seafood, fish and other produce.
The Welsh Perry and Cider Festival, which was held at Blaengawney Farm, Hafodyrynys over the Jubilee bank holiday weekend and organised by the Welsh Perry and Cider Society, saw over 1000 visitors sample and purchase over 3500 pints of cider and perry.
Beer lovers from all over Wales and Britain have been flocking to Cardiff for the annual Great Welsh Beer and Cider Festival. Up to 6500 enthusiasts are expected to visit the capital’s Motorpoint Arena to sample up to 200 …
The Clytha Arms will be providing the catering, with wide selections of Welsh cheeses, pies etc and their own pub menu. There will also be a village fete area with tradestands and attractions to occupy young and old alike.
Come along and try some of the best Welsh cheese and cider that Wales has to offer. With live music from Sicknote Steve, Josh Ace, Ian James, Ian O Flynn, Up The Creek, Thistledown and many more. Bar, BBQ, Cider press demonstrations and lots more.