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2017 will be the 16th year of the Welsh Perry and Cider Festival…

As with all great ideas, this one began in a pub, among friends. These friends just happened to enjoy making (and drinking) cider too. So with the help of said pub, the Welsh Perry & Cider Festival was born in the gardens and out buildings of the Clytha Arms, near Abergavenny. It was set to be the flagship event of the then newly formed Welsh Perry & Cider Society.

Eleven years later, having realised that we really were starting to burst at the seams of the venue, we had to take the risky decision of moving venue in order to keep the crowds happy, and meet the growing interest in Welsh perry and cider. This wasn’t without it’s hiccups, but where’s the fun in a smooth ride!

So with an interim year at Blaengawney Farm in Hafodyrynys, home to the Welsh Perry & Cider Society office and Hallets Real Cider, we found a new venue at Caldicot Castle for 2013. It was so successful that we just keep coming back.

Advance ticket sales 

Tickets can be purchased on line until 24th May with early bird discounts running until 14th April also on the door, ticket on sale dates can be found here 

To purchase advance tickets online click here

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Welsh Perry & Cider Society

The WPCS is a not-for-profit organisation set up to promote craft Welsh cider and perry and support the industry and its makers in Wales and beyond. For more information visit www.welshcider.co.uk

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One response to “about

  1. Brilliant festival
    First time visitor but will be camping next year for the duration.

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