Making his first appearance at the 21st Abergavenny Food Festival was American food writer and DIY food activist, Sandor Katz.
Indian-born British chef, restaurateur, and cookbook author, Asma Khan owns two restaurants in London’s Soho and was one of several headlining guest-speakers at this year’s festival providing inspiration to cooks with a difference.
The 21st Abergavenny Food Festival has been described as having a “magical feel” by its Chief Executive Officer, Aine Morris.
Its finally here! Abergavenny Food Festival weekend kicked off last night with another fantastic Community Feast at the Market Hall in Abergavenny.
Join Del Boy, Rodney and friends for a t’riffic night out with lots of wheeling, dealing and eating at Bedwellty House & Park in Tredegar this November!
After the success of last year’s inaugural event, Sparc Valleys Kids and Wales Millennium Centre will host another Life Hack on 5 October 2019, at The Factory in Porth.
Crime Writer, Jan Newton will present a talk about her books in the first of Cwtsh Community library & Arts Centre First Friday events on Friday September 6 at 7.30pm.
The complete programme for the 2019 Abergavenny Food Festival which takes place from 21st-22nd September, promises to be a weekend packed full of food for thought across the Monmouthshire market town.
The Riverfront Theatre and Arts Centre welcomed thousands of people through their doors and into the city centre over Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 July as people from Newport and the surrounding areas came along for the 9th annual Big Splash.
Holiday Fun, Newport Live’s programme summer activities, is jam packed with activities for children aged 0 – 16 years inspiring them to be happier and healthier this summer.