Festivals

As well as our programme of unique food-based experiences, the Taste North East Wales autumnal programme also includes the regions well-established food festivals. These events are all great days out for all of the family…

Wrexham Feast - 25th & 26th September 2021

Wrexham Feast will be holding their first food and drink festival this September.  The festival will have a wide variety of stalls selling produce including cheese, coffee, alcohol, chocolate, cakes and pork pies. There’s also street food stalls where you can buy and enjoy hot and cold food whilst walking around the festival.

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Mold Food & Drink Festival - Cancelled

Cancelled in 2021 due to COVID19

Mold Food & Drink Festival delivers a jam-packed weekend packed full of outstanding exhibitors, great entertainment, demonstrations from celebrity and up-and-coming chefs.

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Llangollen Food Festival - 16th & 17th October 2021

Llangollen Food Festival committee were sorry to have to cancel the Festival for 2020, but are very pleased to tell you that they’re back for 2021.  For this year only, it will be a much smaller event – Llangollen Food Festival ‘Bitesized’, bringing the Llangollen Food Festival into the heart of the town.  There will be community stalls on the memorial square showing all the attractions that this beautiful little town has to offer, exhibitor stands will be placed along Bridge Street.  Local shops, restaurants and visitor centres will also be open for the two days of the Festival so there will be plenty to see and do.

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Denbigh Plum Festival - 2nd October 2021

The Denbigh Plum is quite unique and is the only plum variety native to Wales estimated to be over 300 years old.

The Denbigh Plum Festival is an annual event in celebration of the fruit with an array of food and drink made from the local fruit.

The festival lasts all day, with a magnificent range of dishes on offer, from hog roast with plum sauce, to luxury plum chocolates and a huge variety of stalls on display.

Erddig Apple Festival

Whether you prefer toffee apples, apple pies, apple sauce or just a plain old unadulterated apple, our apple harvest month will offer something for everyone. From Saturday 6 October until Sunday 29 October visitors can enjoy an autumn feast for the senses.

Throughout the month there will be an indoor and outdoor trail, Welsh cider and perry exhibition, apple talks and walks.

https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/erddig/features/squeezing-more-juice-from-erddigs-harvest

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