The Saundersfoot Cawl event 2017 is being held on Saturday 4th March
PLEASE NOTE: DUE TO UNCERTAIN WEATHER THE CAWL BOWLS AND TRAIL FORMS CAN NOW BE COLLECTED FROM THE REGENCY HALL
11am Cawl bowls and trail forms on sale (£6 per person) from The Regency Hall
11am - 12:30pm Entertainment from Fiddlebox
12 noon - 3pm Cawl served. Entertainers Fiddlebox will appearing at each of the venues
11am Welshfest opens in Regency Hall - see below for list of stalls
1:00pm On stage singer/Musician Sam Walters
2:30pm On stage Oli Sharpe
3pm Children's Welsh Fancy Dress
3:30pm - 4pm Grand Finale, Prize giving and presentations
Saundersfoot is getting ready for a celebration of all things Welsh to mark the country's national day.
On the weekend after St David's Day, Saturday March 4 will see the village's legendary Cawl Trail complemented by a Welshfest featuring music, traditional costume and a dragon trail, together with produce and products made and grown in the locality.
Organised by Saundersfoot Chamber for Tourism, the day will centre on the annual Cawl Cooking Championship of the World...and Elsewhere. Seven different eating establishments (The Old Chemist Inn, Beachside Barbecue, The Salvage Bar, The Boat House, Philly's, The Mulberry, The Regency Hall) in the village will be challenging for the title, which is judged on the taste-test of the public.
Collectable cawl bowls will be on sale from The Regency Hall from 11am ahead of the cawl trail which takes place between noon and 3pm.
Strolling musicians Fiddlebox will be out and about in the village to add to the lively atmosphere, while, between 11am and 4pm, the Regency Hall will be the venue for a variety of stalls selling Welsh products and produce. The stalls are being co-ordinated by 19-year-old Pembrokeshire College student Natalya Hinde of Tenby as a community project towards her Welsh Baccalaureate.
The hall will also be serving up a traditional Welsh afternoon tea, with home-made Bara Brith, Welsh cakes and Teisen Lap on offer.
Entry is free to the hall throughout the day, with the event's grand finale starting at 3pm with musical entertainment, cawl championship results and prizes for the dragon trail and children's fancy dress winners.
Stalls attending include:
Trefloyne Crafts -: Wide range of handmade gifts, cards & unique gifts for the home.
Amber Faye -: Handmade Soya Candles
Slate flower arrangements
Plants beautiful bright Primula, Daffodils, Azaleas Geraniums and Roses
Diana Rogers -: Cushions
Nash Farm -: Welsh Produce
Beach Dreams -: Handmade Silver and metal jewellery
Sue -: Driftwood wishing trees & Sculptures
Shara Strivens Coupe-: Hunting personalised Mugs
Lucy Hughes -: Tasty Cakes
Gerald Rogers-: Saundersfoot remembered photographs
Rebecca Anne Davies-: Pyrography
Susan Lawton -: Crochet
Michelle Hinde-: Fairy Dresses, Italian Charms
Ann Woods-: Silhouette pictures
Cath Edwards -: Gemstone jewellery
Louise Davies-: Handmade lampshades, cushions ,pictures, candlesticks
Diane Jones-: Spinning Wheel and Needle felting
Pauline Daffern Davies-: Aprons, horse shoe wine bottle, plaques
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