Welcome to Haverfoodfest 2020
The county town’s Food Festival.
2020 will see the return of the popular Haverfoodfest on 2nd May
The famous Haverfoodfest will go ahead again! 2019 saw the Haverfoodfest being brought into the streets of the centre of Haverfordwest town, incorporating existing shops and a larger area. This also meant to entrance fee for the public. This new format was really successful and the Committe has decided to keep the food fest as a street festival to the benefit of all.
At least fifty high-quality food and drink stallholders from Wales will be scattered around town, from Quay Street, Castle Square, Bridge Street to the Old Bridge and Square and The Riverside with lots of tasters and offers of great food and drink.
There will be acoustic musicians in two places as well as ‘Busk stops’ in a few places to encourage local musicians and create a relaxing, family friendly atmosphere.
The childrens’ entertainers have always proven popular and there will be plenty on show again as well as free trips on the river.
Many businesses and shops will showcase what they offer with plenty of samples and freebies. There will be free access all around the town centre and all existing pubs, eateries, shops and other businesses of the town will be involved.
All stallholders and town activities will be advertised here as well as on Facebook.
Haverfoodfest is a not-for-profit community event run entirely by volunteers to raise the profile of Haverfordwest. The committee members are Sally Williams and Shaun Stewart from Just Nice, Gary Lewis from County Sports, Tim Evans PCC county councillor, Lise Matthews from The Ark, and Toby Ellis from Pure West Radio.
Ongoing updates can also be found on our Facebook page with competitions etc.
Saturday 2nd May 2020, 10am-3pm
The festival is run by a small group of independent business owners from the county town and surrounding area as a not-for-profit community event. The committee members are Sally Williams and Shaun Stewart from Just Nice, Gary Lewis from County Sports, Tim Evans PCC county councillor, Lise Matthews from The Ark, and Toby Ellis from Pure West Radio.