Town's first-ever Cheese Festival is a day out to savour

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Cheese Festival is a day out to savour
Cheese Festival is a day out to savour

There’s a day out to savour in Pembrokeshire soon with the arrival of the first-ever Narberth Cheese Festival.

Taking place at the Queens Hall on Saturday August 20, the event will run from 10am to 6pm.

It looks set to be a dream come true for cheese-lovers as well as those who enjoy filling their plates and glasses as accompaniments.

Joining a great selection of local Welsh cheese at the event will be quality wines, beers, ciders and spirits; preserves, pickles and olives, cheesecakes for pudding, charcuterie, pottery, wooden cheeseboards, brownies, cakes and gifts.

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Hot and cold food will be available, the bar will be open and acoustic musicians will be playing throughout the day.

Admission is free.

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