Nerys Howell is a food author and Welsh food specialist having
travelled the world promoting Welsh food and drink. She runs her
own company - Howel Food Consultancy and has published two
bilingual cookery books, Cymru ar Blat/Wales on a Plate which
was shortlisted for the Gourmand World Cookbook Awards and her
latest one Bwyd Cymru yn ei Dymor/Welsh Food by Season.
Nerys is a familiar face on S4C’s popular afternoon programme
Prynhawn Da and at food festivals all over Wales. She will be
preparing seasonal dishes from her latest book.
Town Hall Car Park, Saturday between 11am and 2pm.
Music from some of our local young musicians and bands. Grab something to eat and drink at the Food Festival, and listen to some tunes.
Town Hall Car Park, Saturday 2pm-6pm.
Come down to the Square and listen to some fabulous folk music by Llantwit Major's very own Ceilidh band.
Town Square, Saturday 11am.
The Miskin String Quartet consists of four professional musicians, based in the South Wales area. With over 75 combined years experience, playing in string quartets, orchestras and other ensembles, as well as music teaching; the joy of music making is at the very core of their ethos.
Town Square, Saturday 12 noon.
Performance poet, & writer on tour with the Welsh Arts Council. First published in 1980, Jan Price writes humorous and serious poetry and has performed all over Wales as well as further afield. Jan was born next door to Bardic Vintage Books, and will be talking us through her memories of Llantwit as well as reading us some of her poetry.
Bardic Vintage Books, Church Street, Saturday 2pm.
The story of Atlantic Pacific Charity, and putting lifeboats where there are none.
Robin Jenkins founded Atlantic Pacific in 2014, following a visit to Japan. Their work is far-reaching from St Donat's, to London, to the rest of the world.
West Church, St Illtud's Church, Sunday 11:30am-12:30pm
Town Hall Car Park, Sunday 11am-1pm.
Poetry from Sarah Persson and Taz Rahman, with music by Peter Cronin.
Galilee Chapel, St Illtud's Church, Sunday 2pm-3pm.
St Illtud's Church, Sunday 7:30pm-9:30pm
Join Phil Carradice and the Llantwit Major Writing Circle to share poems and stories as we bring the 2023 festival to a close.