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The Medieval Fayre next Saturday has  something for all the family.- – and its FREE  Do join us!!

The Archer in his tent

The Archer in his tent

  • Archery
  • Tudor Games
  • Chainsaw Carving
  • Wood and Stone Sculpturing
  • Special Tudor food Menu in the Foodhall
  • Stained-glass demonstration
  • Quilt making
  • Medieval Ship coins struck
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We are open, but the Food hall is closed on Spring Bank Holiday Monday

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We are pleased to be hosting part of the Food Festival again this year on the St Mary’s Priory Site.

The Abergavenny Food Festival Blog

rickstein017.jpg Chef Rick SteinRick Stein will be kicking off the Festival programme with a special event at the Borough Theatre (Fri 20 Sept 7.30pm). He’ll be talking to Xanthe Clay on the occasion of the publication of his memoir. As one of Britain’s best-loved cooks he’ll share with you a life in food spanning four decades. Starting off as an accidental chef when his nightclub business got closed down, Rick has scaled the highest heights as restaurateur, cookery-writer, and one of the most accomplished presenters of food on television. Xanthe Clay is food-writer for The Daily Telegraph. After the event Rick will be signing copies of his new memoir Under a Mackerel Sky published by Ebury Press – visit their website to see Rick Stein books on their list.

The Festival Box Office goes live on 2 July. You will be able to view the full programme and book tickets online at http://www.abergavennyfoodfestival.com…

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We are getting prepared for the Family Day on June 2nd.

Hope you can join us:

-great games

-archer

-medieval food

and lots more!!

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It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Clive Bowker Jones our Treasurer. 

Fr Mark said,”This is a very sad day for St Mary Clive served as Warden and treasurer for many years, but did much more than that for the life of the church. He was agood and jolly man. Our prayers are with Sylvia and the family”

No funeral details have been released yet

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…no not Sir Trefor Morris, Chairman of the Priory House Company, but model knights for sale in our shop.

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