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After another impressive sell out of stalls and produce in 2016, a number of the town’s businesses have decided to recreate the Haverfoodfest again this year on Saturday 6th May 2017.
So far we have the following exhibitors booked for 2017;
Little Black Hen
Cafe Tuk Tuk
Sam’s Meat Roasts
Good and Proper Brownies
Pembrokeshire Wood-Fired Pizza
Vanilla Soft Ice cream
The Old Board Co.
Mr. Nice Pie
Caws Cenarth Cheese
Haverfordwest School Meals
Hot Roasted Nuts
Little Dragon Brewery
Camocafe Street Food Trader
Carnedward Farm Meats
Cwm Deri Vineyard
WG Gluten Free Bakery
Sea Breeze Fish
Oh Sugar Plum
Torth y Tir
Cardigan Bay Fish
Wickedly Welsh Chocolates
Little Welsh Deli
Case del Cymru
The Ffres Cook
Pembrokeshire Sea Salt
The Wrap Shack
Ele’s Little Kitchen
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2017 Programme of Events
Picton Centre demo kitchen:
Debbie Peace Treaties
11am – 12 Noon
Homemade chocolates demo. The chocolates are gluten free, dairy free, free from refined sugar and
suitable for vegans. Debbie is using raw chocolate which has health benefits.
12 Noon – 1pm
Member of the National Federation of Fishmongers with 10 years experience. Will demonstrate filleting fish with a chopstick, filleting a whole salmon and preparing a jumbo octopus.
The Welsh Bakery
1pm – 2pm
Rob Davies tv Britons Best Bakery 2013, Pembrokeshire Best Food Product 2014. Will be demonstrating how to make and bake a savoury rolled pizza, which will be suitable for vegetarians.
2pm – 3pm
An experienced member of Tiers Cross Young Farmers Club and a regular cookery competitor. In the past she has been the winner of the Pembrokeshire YFC final and progressing to the national finals.
3pm – 4pm
A member of Tiers Cross Young Farmers Club, working for Puffin Produce, Lucy will use their local produce in her demonstration.
11am – 4:30pm At the Children’s Tent
Come and join Torch Theatre Education Officers Chloe Wheeler and Johnny Lock in the Children’s Tent for some fantastic drama fun all based around food!
11am – 12pm
Drama Games and Improvisation based around “Foods of the World”
12pm – 1pm
Join us for a brilliant Performance Poetry session, based on our favourite foods. Your chance to create and perform your own “foodie” poem!
1pm – 2pm
Come along to make your own Puppets using food packaging. We’ll be raising awareness of the three R’s (Reduce, Reuse and Recycle) and having great fun creating our own puppet characters.
2 – 3pm
Another chance to join us for a brilliant Performance Poetry session, based on our favourite foods. Your chance to create and perform your own “foodie” poem!
3 – 4pm
Another chance to come along and make your own Puppets using food packaging. We’ll be raising awareness of the three R’s (Reduce, Reuse and Recycle) and having great fun creating our own puppet characters.
4 – 4:30pm
Showcase of events from the day!
Made a fantastic recycled puppet? Created an amazing poem? Here’s your chance to perform to the festival using drama skills we’ve learn through the day!
11-11.20am – Clockwise Motion
11.30-11.50am – Steve Bartram
12-12.20pm – Revival Take 2
12.30-12.50pm – Matt Baker & Friends
1-1.20pm – Vibe School of Dance
1.30-2pm – Lucy Jones
2.10-2.30pm – Tough Love Duo
2.40-3.10pm – Connor Adams & Jake Hicks
3.20-3.50pm – Rosey Cale
4-4.20pm – James Acoustic
4.30-4.50pm – James Smiles
5-5.30pm – Man Vs Food
5.40-6pm – Mike Jones
As last year it will be held in the grounds of the County Hall and the Picton Centre from 10am – 6pm, and this year will include an abundance of superb food and drinks stalls from the local area. Around fourty stalls will be under cover and there will also be plenty of street food stalls in the outside area.
There will be live music throughout the day with a mix of local singers and songwriters, all in convenient proximity to a licensed bar! All along a clever magician entertaining the crowds.
Generous sponsorship has been sourced from a number of local businesses and organisations, and Haverfoodfest promises to be a wonderful day out for the whole family: an opportunity to spend an enjoyable and relaxing day tasting the best that local produce has to offer in a wonderful atmosphere of fun, food and fabulous entertainment. The Man v Food competition will go ahead again with fierce competition as to who is the bravest to eat the hottest chilli! This should be an awesome spectacle.
Welcome to Haverfoodfest 2017
The county town’s Food Festival
Saturday 6th May 2017, 10am-6pm