Tasty treats at the National Botanic Garden of Wales

The last few days of January will bring a blend of great local food to the National Botanic Garden of Wales as there will be a large amount of fresh produce available to taste, buy, and sample set up around the Great Glasshouse.

Stalls will be set up offering a variety of goods from soups, beef, smoked meats, pies, beer, cheese, and more as well as the customary Celtic wine.  David Hardy, the head of marketing for the event, stated that they had a healthy crowd of visitors last year and with entry to the garden offered for free they expect to see another great audience this year

Head of marketing David Hardy said: “We had a fabulous crowd of visitors for this event last January and we are hoping – with entry to the Garden FREE for all  throughout this month – that  there will be another bumper audience to enjoy the delights of what this region has to offer in terms of food and drink.”

The Food Fair is on both Saturday and Sunday (Jan 29 and 30) and is open from 10am until 4pm both days.

In addition, the RSPB will be in the Garden as part of their Big Garden Birdwatch weekend. They will be offering visitors tips about feeding the birds and attracting them to your garden. They will also be conducting birdwatching walks around the Garden.

The National Botanic Garden is open every day from 10am to 4pm and admission is free for all throughout January.