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Taste of Carmarthenshire Food, Drink & Craft Fair

National Botanic Gardens

1st and 2nd June 2019 - 10am-5pm

This weekend join us from 10am - 5pm for the Taste of Carmarthenshire Food, Drink and Craft Fair.  Celebrating local craftsmen and women, this event is not to be missed.

With more than 50 local artisan businesses presenting a wide range of goods, you’ll be treated to a number of stalls offering delicious foods, gins, cider and a variety of artwork to purchase. Leaving you spoilt for choice, businesses including Calon Cakes, Coalpit Welshcakes and Marsh Marloes will be on hand to provide some edible goodies.  For those of you wanting to take something home, Rhosyn Farm Produce will be in attendance with their farm-2-fork goods, along with many others.

If that was not enough, throughout the day you’ll get to see first hand the finest of Welsh cooking throughout the day as local high-profile chefs, including Lisa Anne Fearn of YSiend whip up incredible dishes from local ingredients. Thersea Lawrie-Ashton of Doughtastic and Adam Holding from The Foodie Room Cookery School and Catering will also go head to head in the Local Chefs Cook Off!  

Over the weekend you will also have the opportunity to browse and purchase crafts including Jason’s Woodcrafts hand-turned bowls, jewellery courtesy of  Eva Hrynash and Toni Marriner, fusion artwork by Coppertop Crafts and much, much more.

Newcastle Emlyn Food Fair

Saturday, 8th June 2019

 

Newcastle Emlyn town community has come together again to bring you the Newcastle Emlyn Food Festival on 8th June 2019. For the eigth year running, the King George V playing field will be filled to the brim with all things fun and foodie! Newcastle Emlyn lies in a bend of the River Teifi and has been a significant trading town since the 13th Century. This vibrant market town nestled in rich surrounding farmland has the most wonderful varied food related businesses in its locality. With more than thirty local producers lining up again to present their fantastic produce to you. There is so much choice beers, cheese, incredible vegetarian sauces & salsa, pasta and the most delicious cakes.

10:00 to 16:00

Newcastle Emlyn Carmarthenshire SA38 9AE

Tradewinds - Open Garden for NGS

 

This 3 acre plantsman garden is for the gardener who wants to see unusual and rare plants in a tranquil setting. A garden that is good for the senses, whether it is the scents, sounds of the countryside or the visually dazzling displays of vivid colour, plant harmonies coupled with textual contrast. The large herbaceous borders, trees, shrubs, roses and shade borders are in abundance. With natural streams flowing through the garden it is a garden for all seasons whatever the weather.

Sun 16 June, Sun 4 Aug (11-5). Admission £4, Children free. Home-made teas. Times:11:00 to 17:00. Telephone:01994484744. Open for charity.

Tradewinds, nr Trelech,Carmarthenshire SA33 6PX

Glangwili Lodges

Open Garden for NGS

Our 16 acre estate has a one acre enclosed walled garden, with rockeries, water features, flower and shrub beds, a wisteria arbour, maples, magnolias and espalier fruit trees. Areas outside the wall incl one acre of woodland, with stream, an orchard, 2 acre wildlife area and a hedge tunnel containing a diverse collection of trees.There is also a productive vegetable garden and a polytunnel.

Sat 22, Sun 23 June (11-5). Admission £4, Children free. Sweet and savoury refreshments. Times:11:00 to 17:00. Open for charity.

Glangwili Lodges, Llanllawddog, Carmarthenshire SA32 7JE

Antiques Roadshows comes to the National Botanic Garden of Wales

Friday, 19th July 2019 - free entry, £5 parking charge

 

The BBC’s Antiques Roadshow is coming to the National Botanic Garden of Wales on Friday 19 July 2019.  Join Fiona Bruce and her team of experts offering free valuations for your family heirlooms and car boot bargains.

Programme producer Robert Murphy says: “We are looking forward to a bumper turn-out at the National Botanic Garden and can’t wait to see what kind of cherished objects emerge from the attic.

Entry to the show is free, everyone is welcome, and no tickets or pre-registration is required. There is a £5 per car parking charge.

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