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Tim is a familiar face at the Festival and it’s great to know he’ll be back with us this year. You can see him

RIP Ricky Kramer. Abergavenny Food Festival Driver 2003 – 2023 Martin Orbach (Festival co-founder and Programming Director) on a much-loved team member: Ricky was

We are delighted to announce a collaboration with the BBC who will be at the Festival in September.  The Food Programme (Radio 4, hosted

Anna Jones, best-selling author, known as ‘the voice of modern vegetarian cooking’, will be demonstrating recipes from her new book ‘Easy Wins‘ – out

Dina is joining us as a guest performer in September. A rising star in the food world, British-born Omani-Zanzibari chef Dina Macki explores the

We’re delighted to announce that Octopus Publishing Group, an Hachette UK company, is to be a prominent sponsor of the Abergavenny Food Festival 2024.

Venue: The Grounds of Abergavenny Castle. Saturday 21 September: 7.15 – 11.00PM. Tickets on sale online from 1 April. Go wild on the dance floor or

Thank you to everyone who came to the Spring Food Fair (Sat 9 March) The event showcased the wonderful growers and producers of Monmouthshire

A brand new SPRING FOOD FAIR is coming to Abergavenny on Saturday 9 March and we’d love to see you there. FREE ENTRY. Venue: St

Artist / Maker Bettina Reeves has been the creative inspiration behind the Festival’s much anticipated annual installations which animate the beautiful Victorian Market Hall.

The Abergavenny Food Festival’s 25th Birthday (16 & 17 September) saw culinary stars like Andi Oliver, Angela Hartnett, Jeremy Pang and Jürgen Krauss converge

Congratulations to Carmarthen Ham, our Best in Show Winner for 2023, chosen by our special judge, Scott Crichton, who has been on numerous tasting

Big thanks to the many Festival exhibitors who generously donated food and drink for our Speakers’ Dinner on the Friday evening, the Hospitality Venue

The Rotary Young Chef Competition Finals is an eagerly awaited event. Daniel Casa and Ruby Whalley were the star turns, having made it through

The Love Zimbabwe musical march has been part of the Festival for many years. This event raises awareness of global poverty, resilience and survival,

Michelin-starred chef Angela Hartnett is performing at the Festival on the Robert Price Kitchens Chef Dem Stage in the Market Hall (Sat & Sun)

Lucie Parkin, Director of the Abergavenny Food Festival, is delighted to announce a key sponsor for the Festival’s 25th anniversary (16 and 17 September).

At Battle of the Beverages (Fri 15 Sept) beer, wine and cider will contend for top spot as the best beverage to take with