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Food Festival celebrates the heritage and future of Welsh veg

St Fagans National Museum of History will come alive with food, drink and live music on 7th and 8th September as the museum celebrates the 10th instalment of their annual food festival.

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This Food Festival, St Fagans National Museum of History have also joined forces with Cardiff’s local food partnership, Food Cardiff to celebrate the veg we grow and eat.

As part of the Museum’s Cardiff Veg City pledge, festival visitors can experience veg cooking demos, eat locally grown veg and see the spectacular National Vegetable Society – Welsh Branch Show.

Over the next year the Museum will be supporting local veg producers through the monthly Riverside Farmers Markets and promoting veg through feasting events and Food Festival.


The Museum is also committed to working with partners such as Innovative Trust, Cardiff Met and First Campus to develop a garden for growing on site and deliver hands on family workshops to learn about growing, harvesting & cooking healthy food using produce from the gardens.

St Fagans’ vegetable plot

Pearl Costello, Cardiff Sustainable Food City Co-ordinator for Food Cardiff said:

“We are delighted to be working with St Fagans National Museum of History. The museum plays such an important role in showcasing the heritage of food and farming in Wales and celebrating our modern food culture. The 10th St Fagans Food Festival is a fantastic opportunity to bring our local veg to the forefront.”

Entry to St Fagans Food Festival is free and runs on the 7th and 8th September. Find more information here.