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“The Ducks Nest – Passion in Presteigne
One of the most exciting additions to the foodie scene in the Marches is the arrival of Jemima and Peter with the Ducks Nest restaurant, a haven for those that share their passion for food. Peter the chef will be using produce from some of his favourite local producers including Weobley Ash’s mutton and Blackwell’s ducks to offer you samples of several imaginative dishes.”
to book visit: http://www.slowfoodludlow.org.uk/page.php?Plv=1&P1=12Share
The rambling Inn on the River Lugg in Aymestrey with it’s riverside eating in summer, log fires and 20 malt whiskies in winter, is now serving our mutton.
For reservations call 01568 708440Share
We will be selling our produce at the Kington Christmas Food Festival on Saturday 5th December 9.30am-2.30pm.
Now a bustling centre of over 50 local food producers presenting a fantastic range of culinary offers to eat on the day or to resolve your Xmas gift nightmares. Live Music. Free parking.
Check out gastronomic inspiration from the marches & live street entertainmentShare
Weobley Ash will once again be selling our food and produce at the Kington show.
Saturday 12th September
The Ovals Farm, Kington, Herefordshire, HR5 3LN
A one-day, traditional agricultural show. A great day out for all the family!
Website : http://www.kingtonshow.co.uk/
KINGTON SHOW OPENING TIMES: 9am-6pm
ENTRY FEES: £10 adults, 10-16 year olds £5, children U 10 years free.
This year’s festival was a resounding success with record attendance of people who came to enjoy the wide range of stalls and extensive entertainment offered by the flying club, the fire brigade, musicians and a range of local chef’s including Andy Link of The Riverside Inn Aymestry.Share
We are now supplying The Duck’s Nest Bistro – recently opened just up the road in Presteigne.
To make a reservation call 01544 598 090
Website : The Duck’s Nest
Kington : Every Friday from 8.30am to 1.00pm at Kington Market Hall. Map
Kington : 3rd Saturday of the month. Kington Market, Market Hall, Kington. Map
Presteigne : 1st Saturday of the month. Presteigne Farmer’s Market, Memorial Hall, Presteigne.
Vowchurch: Last Saturday of the month at the Community Hall. Map & Info
Also at Hay Deli (Merguez sausage and burgers) The Bells Inn & Deli at Almeley.Share
Weobley Ash will once again be setting up stall at the Mortimer Country Food Fair – Saturday 11th July 2015.
The Mortimer Country Food Fair promotes local food and craft producers, by featuring their products to local people who may have been unaware of how superb the food produced around them really was.
The Food Fair has been running for seven years and gets bigger and better every year! The 2015 Food Fair will be the best ever with more exhibitors and demonstrations than ever before.
Entry to The Mortimer Country Food Fair 2015 is £4 per adult.
Parking nearby is free of charge.
There is no need to book your tickets in advance, – just turn up and pay at the door.
The Mortimer Country Food Fair is held on the premises of Aardvark Books, Brampton Bryan, Herefordshire (click here for a map).
For more info see the website Mortimer County Food Fair
We will be feeding the 5,000 at the second ‘Gardens in the Wild’ festival to be held on the 20th & 21st of June in Stagg Meadow, Titley – just down the road. The festival celebrates the gardens and landscape of Herefordshire, where “mountains and moorland, sheep pasture and wooded river valleys, small villages and castles exist side by side” .
We will be serving our cooked to order farm-made hogget burgers, pulled mutton and other lamb dishes.
Website : Gardens in the Wild
Held at Stagg Meadow, Titley, Herefordshire HR5 3RL
Entry to Stagg meadow is free. Parking is £3.Share