One of the oldest food festivals in Wales, the Brecon Beacons Food Festival opens its doors for the 25th year on Saturday 1st October. The event promises visitors a fantastic mix of food and drink exhibitors and entertainment.
Festival goers are expected to sample a range of local produce, including bread, cheese, cakes, artisan beers, meats, preserves and more with most items travelling less miles than the visitors themselves.
Food Festival organiser, Andrew Powell said, “I’m delighted to be bringing the food festival back to Brecon this year after a few years of uncertainty due to the pandemic. Small artisan food and drink producers need our support more than ever and I’m confident the thousands of event visitors will love what they have to offer.
“Exhibitor spaces are already full, and we are busy planning lots of other exciting components for the day booked, including 4 local choirs who will be performing throughout the day. We’ve also confirmed sponsorship support from Beacons Foods, A2Z Food Safety and Focus Magazine. There is no doubt that this year’s Brecon Beacons Food Festival will be better than ever!”
“This food festival is the highlight of any food lovers’ calendar for many years and is not to be missed. Its timing with the harvest season is perfect and the food and drink on offer is at its best. Brecon Beacons Food Festival is the perfect day out for everyone – from those who are passionate about their food to those who are happy to taste.”
For more information about this year’s event please visit www.breconbeaconsfoodfestival.co.uk.