Guest line-up goes live on 1 August

Buy your Stroller Ticket and be part of our Grand Foodie Raffle

All tickets for 18th & 19th September to be sold in advance. Limited availability. No walk-up on the day. Guest line-up goes live on 1 August, but our latest blog gives an overview.

Win a fantastic dining experience for four at Raglan Country Estate

Buy your Stroller online right now and your number will go in the pot until mid-September. Strike lucky, win once – maybe twice. Here’s our third star prize to be drawn mid-August: a meal for four with drinks at the Calon Rhaglan Restaurant (headed up by chef Adam Whittle) on the Raglan Country Estate. Set in idyllic countryside, it’s a great place to connect with friends, family and nature.

Congrats to Shannon from Llantilio Pertholey – lucky winner of our last draw – a stay for two at the The Whitebrook, Monmouthshire. Could it be you next? Runner-up prizes this time round include two signed copies of Tim Hayward’s Loaf Story: A Love-letter to Bread (with recipes) and ten boxes (one per winner!) of yummy Gower Chocolate Brownies.

photos above from Raglan Country Estate

Free AFF Magazine when you buy Stroller Tickets online

Featuring Festival favourite Cyrus Todiwala OBE on the front cover, the AFF 2021 magazine is stuffed with recipes, topical features, survival and innovation stories and anecdotes aplenty. Get your free copy when you purchase your Stroller Ticket online. All you have to do is tick the box to add to your basket at checkout. Tickets and magazine will be on your door-mat from mid August. Highlights include: Cyrus talking about how he survived lockdown with a little help from his friends, Ann and Franco Taruschio reminiscing about AFF early days, set designer Bettina Reeves on the making of the iconic AFF decorations, an extract and recipe from Val Warner’s latest book ‘The Consolation of Food’, Pete Brown putting the case for no and low alcohol beers, and the inspiring tale of Langton Farm where Katherine and David are helping rebuild the local food economy in South Wales.