The delicious Narberth Food Festival returns

There’s loads on the menu at the award-winning Narberth Food Festival, which will be serving up a lively mix of goodies on the last weekend of September.

Family fun, chef demonstrations, some tuneful musical offerings and plenty of food, glorious food are amongst the ingredients of this friendly festival, which has twice scooped Gold in the Best Event category of the Pembrokeshire Tourism Awards.

Some of the superb Pembrokeshire produce that so frequently sees the county featuring in Welsh and UK food awards will feature on the dozens of stalls in and around the festival’s massive Town Moor marquee.

And there’s a quartet of super chefs who will be cooking up a storm in the Food Theatre throughout the weekend.

Taking to the stage will be:

*Indian food specialist Anjula Devi, whose new product range is being launched with creative kitchenware company Lakeland

*Festival patron Angela Gray, who will be running a spice rubs master class and signing copies of her new book.

*Festival favourite, Professional Masterchef semi-finalist, Ludovic Dieumegard of the Harbourmaster, Aberaeron

*UK Professional Chef of the Year, Will Holland, from Coast Restaurant at Saundersfoot, whose accolades include AA Welsh Restaurant of the Year.

The festivities spill out into the community-spirited town of Narberth, where the eclectic range of businesses take up the challenge for a shop window competition.

There’s also the event’s Education Day for local schoolchildren, who will have the fun of judging entries in the Great Historical Bake-Off contest run by the town’s museum.

So sample it all for yourself! Narberth Food Festival takes place on Saturday September 24 and Sunday September 25.

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