The foodie favourite, Cowbridge Food and Drink Festival, is back with a bang this year with a whole host of tasty treats to tempt festival goers over the Easter Bank Holiday Weekend.
Think moreish meats, vegan varieties, curries, cheeses, chutneys, scrumptious ciders, great gins and sweet treats – it promises to be a real highlight in this year’s calendar.
As well as the main festival site, the Old Hall Gardens will be buzzing with plenty of family-friendly activities to enjoy, including artist workshops, falconry, willow weaving and the chance for children to make beebombs and bath fizzers, courtesy of the Vale’s first zero waste store, Awesome Wales.
Forage Farm Shop will also be celebrating at their Park & Ride site, with storytelling, an Easter trail, lambs on the lawn and fun face painting!
Speaking about this year’s event, organiser Polly Wilson said, “It’s been a tough time for everyone; our lovely exhibitors and contributors and all who enjoy the festival every year. We’re so pleased to be back after this two-year gap, doing what we do best: showcasing the very best artisan producers and generally just getting the community back together. It’s been a while, and we’re determined to make this one a real Easter treat!”
This year’s event is sponsored by Nathaniel Cars, Hensol Castle Distillery and Specsavers Cowbridge. Volunteers include Cowbridge Rotary, the Young Farmers and Cowbridge Moovers Running Club.
17-18 April 2022. Tickets: www.ticketsource.co.uk/cowbridgefoodanddrinkfestival