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Kicking off the event season for foodies young and old is the Monmouthshire Food Festival from 20th to 21st May at the beautiful Caldicot Castle. Bringing together the region's best chefs and artisan producers, it will host chef demonstrations, talks and hands-on tutorials for all ages including little ones.

On Saturday 20th May at 1:30 in the Chefs Theatre, Chris Harrod will showcase Monmouthshire's abundant spring produce whilst experts including renowned forager Henry Ashby will offer hands on talks in the Look and Learn area.

This year Guide Dogs Wales will be at the event raising awareness with a series of fun foodie activities performed blindfolded to get an idea of what it’s really like to walk in the shoes of a blind or partially sighted person.

Looking forward to seeing you there.

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