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21-22 SEP 24

Spring Food Fair – Sat 9 March

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 Mary’s Priory and Tithe Barn NP7 5ND.

Buy local. Shop sustainably. Say hello to the best growers and producers in Monmouthshire and surrounding area (25 exhibitors). 

Celebrate the flavours of the season! From meeting local growers and producers to sampling delectable treats, the Spring Food Fair is all about buying local and supporting the community.  

Shop for seasonal staple foods, sign up to innovative box schemes, enjoy live music, engaging talks, and activities for children.

Local groups will also showcase their work, which all feeds into the creation of a fairer, more sustainable, and healthy county-wide food ecosystem.

This family-friendly affair is your chance to explore the best fresh produce and artisanal delights from Monmouthshire and the surrounding area. Free entry for all. 

Exhibitors

Exhibitors will include: Queen Bee Honey Co, The Dell Vineyard, The Rebel Crumble, Hello Good Pie, The Crafty Pickle Co, Monnow Valley Cider, Black Welsh Lamb, The Preservation Society, Sobremesa Drinks, Wentwoods Bistro, Langtons Farm, Monmouthshire Fayre and Lower House Farm.

The full line-up will be announced shortly.

St Mary’s Priory Courtyard – photo taken at Abergavenny Food Festival

Event Programme

The event programme will be shared here soon.

The Spring Food Fair takes place on just one day, but it serves as a showcase for the year-round food story of Monmouthshire. So see this event as an introduction. Do your weekly shop. Taste something new. Talk to some brilliant producers. And while you’re doing all that, take in the great atmosphere.

Play your part in helping the people behind the county’s remarkable food offering grow new shoots and thrive.

This event – a collaboration between the Abergavenny Food Festival and Monmouthshire County Council – is made possible by the UK Shared Prosperity Fund Food Resilience Programme, reflecting a shared commitment to fostering a robust and sustainable local food system.