Narberth Food Festival AGM will be on Monday 12th November, 6.30pm at Narberth Museum. All welcome and prospective committee members and volunteers actively encouraged!
Travel and parking
Narberth Food Festival is held on the town moor adjacent to the main public car park in Narberth which is a short drive off the main A40 (park & display charges apply).
Limited disabled parking bays are available for blue badge holders (car parking charges still apply). Inevitably this car park does become full very early on festival days and the festival provides a park & ride service.
Narberth Station is about 15 minutes walk from the Food Festival site, however visitors arriving by train are very welcome to use the free P&R bus service from Narberth School, which is a 5 minute walk from the station – walk up the hill from the station on Station Approach, turn right at the top onto Kiln Park Road, at the end turn left onto Jesse Road and the school is about 200m on the right.
MAP LINK: https://goo.gl/maps/fyoGSP6BxYQ2
The postcode to locate the festival is SA67 7AG
Park & Ride
There is a free Park & Ride service available for the duration of the festival – please follow the AA signs. Two of these locations, Bloomfield and Narberth C.P. School are approximately 10 minutes walk from the festival site. There is another larger car park approximately 2km distance at A&C Aggregates on the road south from Narberth towards Tenby.
Cash machines and payments
Please be aware that all the bank ATMs in Narberth have closed. There is an ATM in the Nisa CK Supermarket and cash back is available from all the supermarkets in Narberth. It is also possible to withdraw cash from the Post Office, based in CostCutter on the High Street.
Many of the stallholders accept card payments.
Entry ticket sales for Narberth Food Festival are cash only.
Medical assistance dogs are welcome throughout the festival site. Pet dogs are not allowed into the festival marquee. Well-behaved dogs on leads are allowed into the outdoor festival area. Please be advised the festival site does become busy and crowded at peak times.