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Really Wild Food Festival

Explore local produce at St Davids' best-loved food festival

Having been a successful food festival in St Davids for ten years, the Really Wild Food Festival is now back in our diaries after much-awaited return following from a three year break recently. First established in 2004, this popular food festival sees local producers come together to provide a fantastic foodie adventure for all.

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Whilst the event has previously been held at a number of locations across the peninsula, this year's festival will be calling Oriel Y Parc home. Taking place over the spring bank holiday weekend, the food festival will incorporate food stalls offering delectable local produce such as "Pembrokeshire Earlies" potatoes who have been a regular stallholder in past years. 

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