Haverfoodfest is back!

Pembrokeshire’s second annual Haverfordwest Food Festival is back on Saturday, 7th May.

Taking place in the grounds of the County Hall and Picton Centre in the heart of Haverfordwest there is a full programme with events and activities from 10am to 6pm. 

Haverfoodfest 2016

Sample local produce from the abundance of food and drink stalls, around 40 will be under cover. Watch cookery demonstrations by well-known Welsh chefs including Anthony Evans from S4C and Castell Howell, a team from Blas y Tir and Andy Holcroft from Britain’s first insect restaurant, Grub Kitchen, located in St Davids. In a separate marquee local fisherman will demonstrate how to prepare freshly caught fish and seafood for cooking on site by the Cardigan Bay Fish for all to enjoy.

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New this year is My Little Kitchen where children aged 4 - 11 can learn to cook under the guidance of Ellen Picton from Health Aspire; they will be given a chef’s hat to take home as well as samples of their cooking. Local visitor attraction Silent World will also be displaying their large fish tanks and be talking about the fascinating colourful sea life.

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Live music throughout the day will keep everyone entertained with a mix of local singers and songwriters, including Not The Only Clown in the Village, all conveniently close to the licensed bar.

Tickets at the gate are £2 adults, under 12s free; for details visit www.haverfoodfest.co.uk

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