food festivals 2015West Point Beach Resort provides a warm welcome to their residents and is the perfect place for those seeking peace and quiet, with the most stunning views of Snowdonia to admire. The holiday park provides a range of holiday homes and waterfront lodges, with the most scenic of views outside of your window. The service delivered when on site is excellent, with the team providing over 55 years of experience.

Although the holiday park itself offers a vast array of activities from fishing and mountain walks to name a few, there’s a whole range of activities within the local area. If you enjoy your food and like to discover different cultures, then you’ll be amazed by what North Wales has to offer this year! You can try new foods and challenge your taste buds by visiting numerous Food Festivals across the region. West Point Beach Resort is only a short commute by car to a handful of those featured in this Top 10 Food Festivals 2015 listing.

Wrexham Food and Drink Festival | Starting on May 16th for two days, Wrexham are holding a Food and Drink Festival in aid of Nightingale House. This event has been organised to promote local and nationally produced food and drink, providing a place for the community to come together and enjoy great tasting food. The weekend will see live entertainment from music to various performances, as well as cookery demonstrations and workshops for those who wish to participate.

Menai Seafood Festival | Seafood may not be on the top of everybody’s list for meal choice, but this year’s seafood festival hopes to beat last year’s attendance of over 25,000 people. The event brings cooking demonstrations, local produce and music from the town’s brass band and is only a short 15 minute drive from West Point. The event brings great atmosphere for everyone who visits and celebrates North Wales’s coastal heritage, alongside endorsing the array of seafood that is available around the shores of Anglesey. There will be something for everyone at this festival and you can enjoy it free of charge on August 29th. There will be a concert on at the time which you can book tickets for; £12 Adults & £8 Children.

Beaumaris Food Festival | Beaumaris first introduced its very own food festival last year and has now opened it up to the public for the second year running. The weekend of September 12th-13th will see the banks of the Menai Straits filled with stalls, entertainment and splendid aromas of delicious foods available to buy and try.

Conwy Honey Fair | The Honey Fair in Conwy will take over the high street and Lancaster Square on September 14th, which is the Monday from 9am-4pm. This event is a great opportunity for local beekeepers to sell honey, for the public to meet those who make the best honey in town and also for others to learn more about how the honey is produced.

The Good Life Experience | September 18th-20th will see the return of The Good Life Experience with books, food, music and a range of activities. You can buy your tickets early to avoid disappointment and to take advantage of the discounted prices; £40 Adults and £19.50 Children. Children aged 0-8 go free!

Mold Food and Drink Festival | Last year saw a turn-out of over 13,000 people who came to enjoy the various foods and drinks on display from local stall holders. This year the event will take place on September 19th-20th and will be celebrating its 10th year! You can expect both local and celebrity chef demonstrations, cookery workshops and live music across the weekend.

Anglesey Oyster Produce Festival | Oyster’s aren’t for everyone, but this year’s Oyster Festival in Anglesey has been named “fantastic” by a festival spokeswoman last year. With entry at only £1 and free for under 16’s, this is a food festival to try and challenge yourself. You can sample the goods provided by local producers and find out more ways than one of incorporating oysters into your evening dishes.

Hamper Llangollen | October 17th-18th will see the 18th anniversary of Llangollen’s annual event. There will be samples of various foods to try and producers to engage with and find out more about where they get their ingredients from and perhaps find out their recipes to certain dishes.

Gwledd Conwy Feast | If you want to visit a food festival that offers much more than the food itself, then Gwledd Conwy Feast is the one to go to. Last year saw fireworks and fire juggling take place along the river, with spectators stood amazed by the events. This year will see more than 15 food stalls with tips from Wales’ best chefs, music and art.

Portmeirion Food and Craft Festival | This may not be until December 5th-6th, but this is the perfect place to organise a day out with friends and family. You can catch up over food and shopping with over 90 exhibitors’ stalls to browse through. There will be cookery and craft demonstration, a range of entertainment, mulled wine and of course, Father Christmas.

 

 

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