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At Abergavenny Food Festival, we’re passionate about growing the market-place for high-quality, delicious, craft food. Whether you’re a farmer,

The fun doesn’t end after Abergavenny Food Festival wraps up – all the year there are ways to get involved in Abergavenny’s vibrant food

Asher Flowers runs Rogue Preserves. Based in the Rhondda and handmade in small batches, Rogue uses traditional cooking methods to create luxury preserves with a provocative

The art of brewing doesn’t stop at the usual ingredients: barley, hops, yeast and water. In fact, the origins of brewing involve a galaxy

As always, this year at Abergavenny Food Festival, through our superb programme of thought-provoking talks and panel sessions, we’re bringing brilliant ideas to the

Matt Powell is a chef, forager and saltwater bass lure angling guide. Fishing and Foraging Wales and Welsh Bass Guide was created to bring

Don’t worry if you’re veggie or vegan (or just interested in making a change), we’ve got you covered; we have an array of veggie-

In the early 2000s, I worked with a UNDP (United Nations Development Programme) project which promoted Community Participation and Development in Bulgaria. Its aim

This summer, Peak are teaming up with artist Bettina Reeves to create the art installations for this September’s 20th anniversary edition of Abergavenny Food

Kombucha is everywhere at the moment – on TV, in magazines, and quite possibly in your fridge. The media tends to linger on the

The Abergavenny Food Festival is in its 20th year and once again seeking assistance from community groups to oversee and manage the various car parks

It was an absolute pleasure to have The Recipe Hunters visit us last year on their tour of Wales. Here’s a lovely film they made which

Thanks to environmental advocates like Sir David Attenborough and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, sustainability is on everyone’s mind in 2018. Television shows like BBC’s Blue Planet

The Welsh poet Dylan Thomas described Laugharne, on Carmarthenshire’s Taf estuary, as a “far, forgetful, important place of herons pubs, mud, cockles… and human,

I am so glad to have this opportunity to remember a man who was a great friend of the Festival and whose recent passing

Unfortunately, due to the significant snowfall in and around Abergavenny overnight, we have taken the decision to cancel today’s Christmas Fair. We are deeply

Festive food is part of the magic of Christmas. From the nibbles served to your neighbours, to the canapés on Christmas Eve and of