Cheese and Cider Festival 2019


C Sat 4th May 2019 - Mon 6th May 2019   P Gower Heritage Centre

Gower Cider Festival 2019

Cheese and Cider Festival 2019

Date: Saturday 4th – Monday 6th May

Time: 10am ’til late

Location: Gower Heritage Centre

In October the apples were harvested, pressed, and the juice put into barrels to ferment. Now is the time to taste this traditional beverage! And what better way than to pair our local ciders with our amazing welsh cheeses! Mix all this with a day and evening of amazing entertainment, plenty of fun for all the family, Morris dancers, musicians, demonstrations and much more! It’s going to be three days of fun festivities over the bank holiday! Definitely a date for the diary!

The Gower Cheese & Cider Festival offers visitors a wide selection of locally produced, award winning cheese, cider and perry from Wales. There will also be stalls and live music until late.

Visitors will be able to sample and enjoy some of the best cider Wales has to offer. There will also be a great variety of ciders such as our very own Gower produced cider called the Mill House cider along with many more.

There will also be advice on how to make apple juice or cider and there will be a traditional 1890s travelling cider press on site with apple press demonstrations taking place. There will also be a Gower roast and BBQ along with the Mill Tearooms serving a wide range of welsh classics; and not forgetting the popular Welsh Cream Tea, which will be served all day. Bar & BBQ open throughout

For more information go to www.gowerheritagecentre.co.uk

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