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About

Abergavenny Food Festival enjoys an exceptional reputation as a place for chefs, food businesses, journalists, farmers and food producers to come together. We are known for being an inclusive and welcoming event, delivering a delicious opportunity for people from all walks of life to explore and learn about food.

Through our outstanding programme of activities, including product tastings, kids’ activities, masterclasses, hands-on cookery lessons and topical debates, we provide the inside track on food issues, offer new ideas about the future of our food and showcase rising stars emerging from the industry.

The Festival prides itself on transforming the way people think about food; challenging and promoting new ideas, pushing the boundaries of current thinking and encouraging people to look differently at where their food comes from.

Over the years, the Festival has attracted top food heavyweights such as: Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, Monica Galetti, Jane Baxter, Jose Pizarro and Valentine Warner, to name but a few. By engaging with influential chefs, commentators and journalists both nationally and internationally, we have grown to become one the highest profile food events in Britain.

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  • Disabled access

Children

  • Children welcome

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Abergavenny Food Festival

Type:Food and Drink Event

Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, NP7 5HD

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Tel07863 081303

Opening Times

Event (21 Sept 2024 - 22 Sept 2024)

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Image Credit: Crown CopyrightY Fenni | Abergavenny, AbergavennyAbergavenny is the traditional gateway to South Wales and to the Brecon Beacons National Park. The old market town is surrounded by beautiful border countryside and home to the best food festival in the UK.

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