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A reflection of what is truly a burgeoning UK food movement, this year’s Abergavenny Food Festival saw, locals and famous faces, from Tom Kerridge

Abergavenny has long been home to a vibrant food culture, with a year-round schedule of community dinners, grow-your-own initiatives, political debates and social get-togethers.

Want to shop until you drop in our excellent Producers’ Markets? But don’t want to carry shopping around all day, or leave things to

Celebrating some of our brilliant producers this year, our first spotlight is on Bill Bleasdale and Chava Richman; the duo behind the fantastic Welsh

From combining age-old farmhouse techniques with European methods, to using exotic spices and the best quality meat around, check out the myriad ways our

Abergavenny will be the setting for a four day transnational conference this month to focus on sustainable food development. Organised by the local Agri-Urban

With a packed programme of Fringe events, there are plenty of ways to get involved with Abergavenny’s vibrant food community this Festival. Here are

From talks and debates to masterclasses and live demos to Fringe events and more craft food than you can shake a stick at, there’s

From Caerffili to Cheddar, the UK is home to some of the best cheeses in the world, which is why we’ve dedicated a whole

Welsh wines are enjoying a boom with vineyards popping up all over the country, and they’re winning plenty of awards to boot. We find

Abergavenny Food Festival is looking for a positive and energetic bunch of people to assist in the recycling and disposal of waste throughout the

Abergavenny Food Festival and Arts Alive Wales confirmed today that artist Bettina Reeves has been recommissioned to create a Market Hall art installation for

How many 10 year olds can cook a meal from scratch? I’m not talking about anything fancy, just a fairly balanced plate of simple,

We’re thrilled to announce that the brilliant London-based healthy eating food and drinks company, Rude Health, are returning to the castle for the sixth

The Horsebox Studio Commission is a partnership project between Peak/Copa and the Abergavenny Food Festival. We are seeking a professional, Wales-based visual or applied

  For just under £15, you can enjoy full access to the festival for the entire weekend. And this year, we’ve packed it so

The Welsh town of Abergavenny will once again become a centre for culinary celebration in September. Famous faces such as Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and Tom

Cook, teacher and broadcaster, Angela Gray is stepping down as host of the Festival’s Masterclasses, a role she handled with aplomb since 2001. She