Yes the blog is back!
This Saturday, the 7th May sees the return of Caerphilly Food Festival, a one-day spectacular in the centre of the town with the main street shut down from opposite Wetherspoons to the Tommy Cooper statue, with market stalls all the way down.
Caerphilly Food Festival is back in town
Back for its fifth year and after the success of last year’s, thousands of people are
expected to descend onto the town centre. The Festival will run from 10am-5pm,
with a day packed full of fun for the whole family to embark upon.
Over 70 stall holders will tempt visitor’s taste buds with samples of their delicious
goods, along with a range of unique crafts to admire. This year the event will feature
an exciting new demonstration area by Broil King BBQ Theatre, where workshops
will be held between 11am and 3:30pm in the Twyn car park.
Not forgetting the children, numerous activities will be held throughout the day
including, puppet shows, animal displays, craft workshops, along with interactive
cooking workshops at Children’s Cookery Corner held hourly between 11am and
Amongst the demonstrations and workshops, walkabout acts and street shows will
be parading the town, entertaining the crowds, as well as RecRock Music who will
offer live performances from local singers and groups.
Cadw is also kindly offering two for one entry into Caerphilly Castle, during the
Festival. The cheapest entrant will go free. This is sure to be a great day out for all
ages, make sure you don’t miss out!
For more information about the Caerphilly Food Festival, please call the Visit
Caerphilly Centre on 029 20 880011 or visit the website
Beers and ciders from Jacobi, Gwynt and Gwatkin Cider will be there.