Saturday 10am - 6pm £4.00
Sunday 10am - 4pm £3.00
Weekend Ticket £5.00
Under 18s FREE
This Year's Brochure
Food stalls - Live music - Street Theatre
Talks & Tastes - Chef Demonstrations
Free children's activities
NARBERTH FOOD FESTIVAL
FRIDAY IS EDUCATION DAY
Best Ever Windows Competition
Last year’s winner The Golden Sheaf
Look out this week on Narberth High Street – plus up, down and round the corners from it – for this year’s entrants in our Town Traders Best Window competition, with the theme GROW – COOK – EAT
Our thanks to the record number of shops taking part:
British Red Cross
Fay Phillips Vintage in Narberth
House by Betty
Old Hat Quirky & Vintage
Six the High Street
The Golden Sheaf Gallery
EAT, DRINK, CHILL
As usual we’ll have
- a licensed bar serving artisan beers & ciders (plus Pimms and free spring water)
- quality catering and hot drink stalls
- a music stage featuring the best of local talent
- plenty of seats and tables
Go to Entertainment to see all our musicians – and hear most of them.
Free cookery demonstrations & taster talks!
Download this year's brochure to see the full timetable of events.
And for more about all our chefs - including a Great British Bake Off semi-finalist - go to Who's Who.
In a first-time festival finale Arabinda & Jackie Palit will host a Pop-Up Restaurant at their Narberth home, with all profits going to Narberth Food Festival funds.
Former Festival chairman Jackie will be joined by festival chefs Angela Gray, Anand George and Ludovic Dieumegard. Between them they’ll cook up a feast of North African, Middle Eastern, Persian and Indian Food as well as selecting drinks (alcoholic & non-alcoholic) to complement the food.
Where? Hillside, Coxhill, Narberth SA67 8EH
When? 7.30pm, Sunday 27 September 2015
How much? £40 per head, to include welcome drink
Bookings to Julie Thomas (01834 869089) or Jackie Palit (01834 860268)
Drinks provided by Templeton Beer Wine & Spirit Co
There’s no Pembrokeshire Fish Week this year but the usual day of fish-themed activities will be taking place this Saturday in Milford. For full information about exhibitors and events:
Thanks to all businesses who applied for a stall and condolences to those we’ve had to turn down.
All stallholders should have received notification of whether their application has been successful.
As usual we have a great mix of old favourites and exciting newcomers – 95% local or Welsh. See the Stallholders page for a full list.
For enquiries, or to be added to our 2015 waiting list and/or 2016 mailing list, please e-mail:
Emily Wiggans at firstname.lastname@example.org.
With the financial support of the Welsh Government