Welsh food and craft festival with arena displays, cooking demonstrations, sporting activity, animal exhibitions, children’s entertainment, local produce, craft stalls, Health Alliance, vintage farm vehicles and much more.
Food Festivals in Wales
Llandysul Food Festival. Saturday 26th June in Llandysul Park at 11am.
Although by now the wild mushroom harvest is in full swing, hogweed makes a delicious starter for a fungal omelette, steamed and served with lashings of melted butter…
Whether you are serious about supporting local producers, reducing your food miles, or just appreciate tasting good food and drink then the Mid Wales Food Festival is the place for you and your family. The Festival is set in the divine setting of Glansevern Hall Gardens, Berriew, Powys and has established itself as the largest food and drink festival in Mid Wales and the borders. The two day event takes place on Saturday and Sunday (4th and 5th September).
The Aberglasney Traditional Winter Fair has earned the reputation over the last eight years as the best Traditional Winter Fair in South West Wales. The Winter Fair will host stall holders in the Mansion featuring gifts and crafts as well as a Marquee in the grounds showcasing the best Welsh produce for the festive season.
Royal Welsh Showground, Llanelwedd, Builth Wells
Kitchen Theatres, Demos & Talks, Loaves and Fishes tent, Trees and Bees tent, Farming for Food marquee, Cooking the Books tent, Food Halls, Beer Tent Feast Fizz and Oysters Tent, Arts & Entertainment, Feast Party on the Quay, Green Zone, Royal Cambrian Gallery, Conwy Castle, Buskers around the town, The Labyrinth, Children’s Activities, Active Arts.
A weekend of ‘culinary excellence and all round family entertainment’.
Llangollen Food Festival 17 – 18 October
10 – 11 October