In 2019 Narberth Food Festival will be celebrating it’s 21st birthday of the annual food-lovers’ event. Not only one of the longest-established food festivals in Wales; but also ranked as the friendliest, Narberth Food Festival was back and buzzing on Narberth’s Town Moor this September. With entertainment, guest chefs, workshops, masterclasses and children’s activities added to the mix alongside food, glorious food on over 50 stalls, you can see why Narberth Food Festival is such a great event for foodies, fun-lovers and families alike.
The two-day festival is staged on Narberth’s Town Moor. The festival takes place in a full-boarded marquee with catering stalls, the music stage and the ever-popular licensed bar on the former primary school playground.
The finest food from Pembrokeshire and Welsh producers features high on the offerings from festival stallholders, with old favourites sharing the marquee with some exciting newcomers. Amongst them this year were five start-up businesses being given bursaries by the festival committee to make their debut at the festival, with support from Welsh Government funding. These include Parc y Dderwen, near Llangolman, where Lauren and Phil specialise in fermented foods, which have gained a huge following for their gut-friendly benefits.