Saturday 10am - 6pm £4.00
Sunday 10am - 4pm £3.00
Weekend Ticket £5.00
Under 18s FREE
Food stalls - Live music - Street Theatre
Chef Demonstrations - Licensed Bar
Free children's activities
Dogs are allowed in the outside area
- catering stalls, bar, music stage, seating area -
but not (except for guide dogs) in the main marquee
THIS YEAR'S BROCHURE
WHERE TO STAY NEAR NARBERTH
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Visit last year's website
Saturday & Sunday, 25 & 26 June 2016
Milford Fish Festival
Monday, 27 June to Sunday, 3 July 2016
Pembrokeshire Fish Week
Saturday, 3 September 2016
Gwyl Fwyd Crymych Food Festival
A TASTE OF ALL THE FOOD AND FUN!
NARBERTH FOOD FESTIVAL 2016
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Narberth is always very busy on Festival Saturday:
check out our Travel pages for information about parking and our free Park & Ride service.
Friday is Education Day…
… when 80 children from local schools enjoy food-related activities in the Festival marquee.
Find out more here.
Free children’s activities
New this year: free children’s activities with Big Play Narberth
Where? In the wing of the main marquee
When? Saturday 1–4pm; Sunday 11am – 1pm
What? Treasure hunt, craft activities, games, food festival quiz
Kitchenware business Lakeland have just announced an exciting tie-up with festival chef Anjula Devi. Anjula has inspired a range of authentic Indian cooking equipment and produced an accompanying book of Indian recipes.
See them at lakeland.co.uk/
Anjula will be signing copies of her book in the festivalís Food Theatre.
Also with a new book out is festival patron Angela Gray. She will demonstrate some of her Winter Recipes at the festival.
Copies of the book will be available from the Graffeg stall and Angela will also be signing copies in the Food Theatre.
As usual there will be a great mix of free live entertainment on our music stage throughout the weekend. And there are plenty of seats and tables so you can relax with your food and drink while listening to the music.
See the line-up and sample their music here.
Who's Who in the Food Theatre
This year's chefs line-up includes the usual mix of old friends and exciting new faces.
Festival patron Angela Gray will be showcasing some recipes from her new book and taking a masterclass on spice rubs.
Newcomer Anjula Devi has recently cemented an exciting tie-up with kitchenware company Lakeland. Sheíll be demonstrating her own blend of new and traditional Indian cookery.
Festival favourite Ludovic Dieumegard will be back with new recipes and that old Gallic charm.
Local celebrity Will Holland will be demonstrating why heís been named UK Restaurant Chef of the Year.
Full details on the Whoís Who page now!
With the financial support of the Welsh Government