Gwledd Conwy Feast is one of the two biggest food festivals in Wales.
It’s the largest food festival in North Wales and the most perfectly placed – set within the world heritage site of Conwy, we can boast a 13th century castle, town walls, towers and quayside as our backdrop.
Conwy is also the last rake-only mussel fishing community in the UK and the Feast is timed in October to coincide with their season.
Yet we’re more than simply a food festival.
Our exciting programme now includes music, art, farming, and also showcasing Wales’ traditional building skills.
The event costs around £160,000 per year to stage and generates £1.4 million in revenue for the local economy.
We do not receive core funding from the local authority and as a non-profit Community Interest Company we rely on revenue generated from ticket sales and stallholder fees to help us hold the festival each year.
We hope you will enjoy our event and continue supporting us.