INFORMATION

Saturday 10am - 6pm £4.00
Sunday 10am - 4pm £3.00
Weekend Ticket £5.00
Under 18s FREE


Food stalls - Live music - Street Theatre
Chef Demonstrations - Workshops - Licensed Bar
Free children's activities

Access Symbols

Dogs are allowed in the outside area
- catering stalls, bar, music stage, seating area -
but not (except for guide dogs) in the main marquee

A TASTE OF ALL THE FOOD AND FUN!
Last Year's Brochure


WHERE TO STAY NEAR NARBERTH
For some great holiday accommodation ideas click here.


Visit last year's website



DATES FOR YOUR DIARY
News of other local food festivals this year

Haverfoodfest
Saturday 6th May 2017

Really Wild Festival
This event will not be running in 2017

Milford Fish Festival
This event will not be running in 2017

Saturday, 24 June to Sunday, 2 July 2017
Pembrokeshire Fish Week

Saturday, 12 August 2017
Cardigan River and Food Festival
www.cardigan-food-festival.co.uk

Saturday, 2 September 2017
Gwyl Fwyd Crymych Food Festival

And one for next year’s diary:
Saturday & Sunday 22 & 23 September 2018
20th Narberth Food Festival

LATEST NEWS

26 May
LOCAL FOOD FESTIVALS
Sorry, it’s too late for us to recommend Haverfordwest Food Festival (Haverfoodfest), and some other events have been cancelled for this year, but Pembrokeshire Fish Week has its usual crowded list of activities and friendly community event Crymych Food Festival is back for a second year.

See below left for dates and links.



21 May
START-UP BUSINESS WINNER

Congratulations to Brybeque Sauce of Cardiff for winning this year’s Narberth Food Festival Start-Up Business Award and gaining a pitch in our marquee at a heavily discounted fee.

Last year’s winner, the Pembrokeshire Sea Salt Company is still in business, we’re glad to report, and will be back at NFF 2017 with their local sea salt, scrubs and other sea-salt based cosmetics.


9 May
STALLHOLDER DEADLINE THIS WEEK
Applications for consideration at our initial selection meeting are due by the end of this week (12 May).

Applications must be accompanied by BACS payment of the full fee.

For any enquiries or problems, please contact Emily Wiggans, stallholder secretary, at stallholders@narberthfoodfestival.com

Click here for downloadable information and application forms

Decisions will be circulated at the start of June and payment returned to unsuccessful applicants. Or businesses can ask to remain on the reserve list.


15 March
STALLHOLDER APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN
click here for information and downloadable forms

NB
We do not accept craft stalls, sweet stalls or stalls selling alcoholic drinks by the glass or open container. Tea, coffee and other hot drinks cannot be sold unless listed on the Expression of Interest form.


14 January
CALLING ALL STALLHOLDERS!
Crowd scene
As usual, we welcome applications from
• Local & Welsh food and drink businesses.
• Small & medium size independent enterprises.

We’ll also consider (space permitting)
• High-quality non-Welsh businesses.
• Food-related businesses – eg cooking equipment, cookery books.

We don’t accept
• Craft stalls.
• Sweet stalls.

We have a bursary scheme for start-up businesses.

Click here to see the list of 2016 stalls

For all stallholder enquiries or to be added to our mailing list, contact stallholders@narberthfoodfestival.com

CALENDAR

MARCH Forms downloadable, applications open.

MAY 12 Deadline for initial selection.

JUNE 01 Initial decisions notified.

Applications remain open until September.

NB
• In 2016, over 80% of space was filled by June
• All fees are based on £160 for 2m frontage
• All applications to be accompanied by BACS payment
• Early applications are not decided on a first-come, first-served basis
• Late applications will be accepted/rejected/added to waiting list as they arrive


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