Two new foodie events will come to St Giles Parish Church in Wrexham Town Centre this Autumn thanks to This is Wrexham and Taste North East Wales!
Taste North East Wales is a 40-day celebration of unique local food-based experiences encouraging locals and visitors alike to explore, experience and eat the best of what North East Wales has to offer.
Teaming up with Coleg Cambria's renowned Hafod Restaurant and St Giles Parish Church - our This Is Wrexham team are staging two gastronomy evenings centred around the Phantom of the Opera (2004) and Harry Potter - the Prisoner of Azkaban films.
Tickets for both nights are now on-sale via this link.
The Taste North East Wales programme draws together our wonderful landscape and heritage with our region’s food producers and hospitality businesses. Throughout the Autumn we’ve got over 30 events for you to sample across Denbighshire, Flintshire and Wrexham.
Our headline events include black-tie catered rafting on the River Dee at Llangollen, afternoon tea in a prime ministerial library at Hawarden in Flintshire and a costumed medieval feast at Wrexham museum. And these rare headline opportunities are supported by catered and guided countryside explorations, farm tours with food, and other opportunities to enjoy the fruits of the harvest season.
Our programme is backed for two years by rural regeneration agency Cadwyn Clwyd along with the Clwydian Range & Dee Valley AONB and the Flintshire, Denbighshire and Wrexham local authorities, with the intention of creating an annual and self-sustaining programme of events which will include dining experiences, production tours, demonstrations, tastings, workshops and masterclasses around the established food festivals at Llangollen, Mold and Wrexham.