Festivals Where You Can Savour Welsh Flavours; Cookery Demonstrations, Tastings -Your Gourmet Guide to Celebrations of the Finest Local Food

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Festivals Where You Can Savour Welsh Flavours; Cookery Demonstrations, Tastings -Your Gourmet Guide to Celebrations of the Finest Local Food


FANCY a taste of something a little bit different?

Wales is bursting with fine food. From lamb to seafood,our green fields and clean shores boast some of the best produce in the world.

And to celebrate the most taste bud tickling mouthfuls, this year Wales plays host to an array of food festivals the length and breadth of the country. Many are free to enter and there will be all sorts of tantalising food and drink stalls on show. Some venues even have top chefs dropping in to show the rest of us how modern Welsh cooking should be done and many are promoting healthy meals for children.

Here, we list food fairs to fill you up throughout spring and into early summer. Whatever you like to eat, one thing is certain -there will be something on the menu for you.

(Pleasenote -Dates of some events may be subject to change, so you are advised to contact festival organisers or check web sites beforehand to confirm.)

LLANWRTYD WELLS GOURMET FESTIVAL OF FINE FOOD AND DRINK A feast of finest Welsh food and drink producers and exhibitors with master class cookery demonstrations from chefs Mary Ann Gilchrist,Peter James,Stuart Reed and Nerys Howell. Emphasis on promoting healthy eating for children.

Where? Bromsgrove Hall and fields, Llanwrtyd Wells,Powys When? April 3 and 4 Opening times 10.30am-5.30pm Disabled access? Yes Admission cost? Free Information Contact Peter James on 01591 610264,e-mail foodfoodfood@lycos.com or visit www.food-food-food.co.ukTHE CAERPHILLY LITTLE CHEESE FAYRE Full of delicious delights,offering a taster of things to come at The Big Cheese event in July. Crafts,music and children's activities are also featured.

Where? Caerphilly Town Centre When? April 3 and 4 Opening times 11 am -4pmDisabled access? Yes Admission cost? Free Information Stacey Hardwick on 01443 864314,e-mail hardws@caerphilly.gov.uk or visit www.caerphilly.gov.uk

ST CLEAR'S FOOD FESTIVAL OF FOOD AND CULTURE Around 20 food stands focusing on quality local produce, with an emphasis on healthy eating. A chef, assisted by local celebrities will have a themed programme based on twrch trwyth (wildboar).

Where? St Clears Town Centre and West Wales Centre for the Crafts When? April 10 Opening times 10 am -4pm Disabled access? Yes Admission cost? Free Information Glyn Evans on 01994 230003 ore-mailglyn@actt.ord.uk

LLANIDLOES CELTIC FOOD FESTIVAL Twenty five of Wales' finest producers and demonstrations from top chefs,including butchery and fish filleting.Children's cookery competition plus try lots of tasters.

Where? Minerva Arts Centre,High Street,Llanidloes When? May 1 Opening times 10 am -4pm Disabled access? Yes Information Nick Davies on 01938 555893,e-mail nick@cambriantraining.com or visit www.cambriantraining.comGELLI AUR MAY DAY FAIR Food producer stands and cookery demonstrations on healthy eating and using venison plus fun fair, brass band,dog show and tug of war.

Where? Gelli Aur Mansion When? May 3 Opening times 9 am -6pm Disabled access? Yes Admission cost pounds 4 Information Glyn Evans on 01994 230003 ore-mailglyn@actt.org.uk

WELSH CIDER FESTIVAL Showcasing and selling Welsh cider and perry,including the Welsh Cider and Perry Championships.

Welsh cheese buffet and dishes cooked using cider and perry as well as an opportunity to buy ceramic cider ware and apple and pear trees. Where? Clytha Arms,nr Abergavenny, Monmouthshire When? May 29-31 Opening times noon-10.30pm Disabled access? Yes Admission cost Free Information: Alan Golding on 029 20198206 e-mail alangolding@tidyprods.fsnet.co.ukor visit www.welshcider.co.uk

THE SWANSEA SHOW Food producers marquee plus horse, cat and dog shows,crafts,army displays and a big top circus.

Where? Singleton Park,Swansea When? May 30 and 31 Opening Times 9 am -5pm Disabled access? Yes,including parking and toilets. Admission cost pounds 5adults,concessions pounds 3,children under 12 free Information Emma Davies on 01792635423,e-mail emma.

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