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Tickle your tastebuds at this year’s Wrexham Feast

by Webmaster, 26th August 2021

As Wrexham prepares for the return of its annual food fest, we announce the winners of our ticket giveaway

If you love food and are craving a fun packed day out, head along to Wrexham on the weekend of the 25th and 26th of September for the town’s annual food festival. 

Wrexham Feast, the new name for Wrexham’s Food and Drink Festival, has something for everyone, including cookery demonstrations from some of the best local chefs, an artisan market hall with local and national producers specialising in food, drink, crafts and gifts, as well as live music throughout the day, including from Welsh Border rockers The Crisis on the Sunday. 

A demonstration kitchen, run by local sous chef, Matthew Scard-Jones, from The Hare in Farndon, will be showcasing his own great dishes as well as introducing other culinary talent. If you’re inspired by the experts, you can spend a few hours  shopping for delicious ingredients and recipe ideas or sample what’s on offer from the numerous street food stalls from all corners of the world.

Wrexham Feast is also a great family day out as kids will be kept entertained with workshops and story telling, as well as rides on the traditional fairground attractions.

In the meantime, the grown ups can hang out in the beer garden seating area and enjoy tipples from the best drink producers in Wales, from gins and spirits, locally brewed Wrexham Lager, a cheeky fruity cider or even a cup of Welsh brewed coffee, roasted and poured in the heart of Wales. Specialist cocktail makers will be running in to the night and non-alcoholic beverages are on offer throughout the weekend for designated drivers. 

The live entertainment stage will be packed with acts all weekend, running from 10am till 9pm on Saturday and 10am till 5pm on Sunday.

Earlier this month we joined forces with Wrexham Feast to give away five pairs of tickets worth £10 each. And we can now announce the winners. Congratulations go to:


Jenny Morris, from Shrewsbury 

Andy King, from Wrexham

Jean Hughes, from Wrexham

Jen Smith, from Little Neston in Cheshire

Llinos Barlow, from Pool Quay in Powys


If you weren't not lucky enough to win, discounted advanced tickets are available and tickets can be bought during the weekend. Under 16s go free with accompanying adults. Find out more at 

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