Really Wild Food & Countryside Festival is back.

We’ve missed you!

This weekend sees the return of the Really Wild Food & Countryside Festival. Having outgrown the location at St Davids Bishop's Palace, this year's festival moves to a new site on the 250 acre National Trust farm at Pwll Caerog, just four miles from St Davids.

With around 80 stalls selling wild foods, wild drinks and wild crafts, you never know what you might discover. It will be fun for all the family.

Really Wild Festival 2015

This year there will be more walks, more foraging and more wild adventures to the festival. Pig races, a climbing wall, beach adventures, clay shooting and archery.

Why not sign up for the man-up uk '10k Mud Run' on Saturday? The route is spread across 3 farms and is an obstacle course involving lots and lots of laughter and, yes you guessed it, mud! Checkout the pictures from December's Man –Up in the Mud run for inspiration.

Really Wild Festival 2015 - man up in the mud

Indoors in the new and improved demonstration kitchen four wonderful chefs will show off their talents with plenty of room to sit and watch and a chance of testing the dishes – everything from fish to crunchy crickets, yes CRICKETS!

The festival runs from 10am to5pm on Saturday 23rd & Sunday 24th May plus there’s live music on Saturday evening featuring ska band 'Tattsyrup' for a wild evening for all the family.

Really Wild Festival 2015 party

Our roving reporters Anna and Kirsty will be at the festival all weekend for Visit Pembrokeshire so if you see them go say HELLO, you never know you might find yourself in our festival round up next week.

In the mean time don’t forget to share your photos of the events with us on Facebook and Twitter.

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