Caerphilly Food Festival is set to once again delight visitors when it returns to the town on Saturday 12th May.
Thousands are expected to descend on Caerphilly town centre – just a ten-mile hop from the capital city of Cardiff – as it plays host to 100 stall holders who will tempt taste buds with delicious aromas, sizzling sounds and mouth-watering produce.
The streets will be transformed into a marketplace between 9am and 5pm bursting with culinary delights complemented by craft and activity stalls and the ever popular farmers market.
The event promises to be a fun day out for the whole family with activities planned throughout the day including face painting, donkey rides, a children’s fun fair and street entertainers.
Food Festival offers cake decorating, cookery demos and cheese market
Brand new attractions include; children’s cupcake decorating demonstrations, healthy eating fruit ideas for kids workshops and a number of different cookery demonstrations.
The dedicated cheese market will also return to the Twyn car park offering a fantastic selection of cheeses to taste and purchase from a number of producers including Lymn Bank Farm, Nibble Nose Cheese and Croome Cuisine.
Caerphilly boasts the famous castle, which was built in the 13th Century and was the site of conflict between Normans and the Welsh. Comedian Tommy Cooper, boxer Joe Calzaghe and the Manic Street Preachers are just some of the famous people who hail from the area.
With stunning landscape and unrivalled views, the area is popular with walkers and cyclists looking to explore the rugged Welsh countryside.