A chance to meet and hear from a series of local food producers and businesses as they share the story behind the food they
Agroforestry is the simple idea of integrating trees into our farming landscapes. It’s good for the climate, biodiversity and the soil, but what about
Following a wider discussion on food resilience in the Dome, (‘What no Tomatoes’ Sat – 11 am), the Local and Vocal stage takes on
In collaboration with the Melville Centre for the Arts, we launched a creative call-out to the community. Amateur and professional artists, writers, photographers, poets
Music and spoken word from local artists: featuring Mike Parker, Frankie Wesson and Kite Iya. Frankie Wesson: Frankie’s original and cinematic songs draw inspiration
Join Monsieur Bon Bon and Madame Saucisson and take part in the Festival’s famous (and hilarious) Food Quiz.
Take part in Slow Food Cymru’s modern interpretation of a ‘British Restaurant’ — government subsidised, local price-capped restaurants which were common for much of
The Cornish Pasty, Glamorgan Sausage, Bedfordshire Clanger and other regional food items were all products of specific times, people, places and stories – bite
Music and spoken word from local artists. Our final session on the Local and Vocal stage is a musical treat. Sit back and soak
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