The first Penarth Food Festival will be held this Sunday, 17th July, from 11am to 3pm at The Kymin on Beach Road in Penarth, just up the hill from the pier.
The festival is organized by local community group Gwyrddio Penarth Greening, who seek to promote awareness and the use of local growers, producers and suppliers. “Local food is about supporting the local economy, lowering food miles and creating healthy sustainable communities,” says festival organiser Susannah McWilliam.
There are over 30 confirmed stalls, selling locally-produced bread, honey, cheeses, honey products, and much more. There will be a pedal-powered smoothie maker and cookery demonstrations.
Cooked food on offer will include lamb burgers from Glam Lamb and a fish grill by The Fig Tree restaurant.
Entrance to the festival is free. See you there.