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Pembrokeshire Fish Week is back and it’s bigger than ever!

PEMBROKESHIRE FISH WEEK will be held from Saturday 22nd – Sunday 30th June with hundreds of events all around the county.

The festival is packed to the gills with cookery demos, beach activity days, fishing lessons, foraging, seafood specials, guided coast walks, wildlife events, and much more.

One of the many highlights is the celebrity cookery masterclass – presented this year by renowned chef Bryn Williams and supported by Blas y Tir and Twr y Felin Hotel.

“We’re thrilled to welcome Bryn back to Fish Week – come and be inspired by one of the most talented chefs in Britain!” said festival organiser Joe Welch, Food Development Officer at Pembrokeshire County Council.

The evening will be compered by restaurateur Simon Wright and held at the Merlin Theatre, Pembrokeshire College on Monday, 24th June.

And all week, cafes and restaurants are putting on the most mouth-watering menus.

New this year is a family-style feast at Runwayskiln in Marloes, seafood brunch at Ffwrn in Fishguard, ‘Taste of the Sea’ at the Grove Hotel in Narberth, a Spanish evening at Martha’s Vineyard in Milford Haven – and much, much more.

For families, there’s fishy craft, songs and story-telling, crabbing competitions, rock-pooling and push netting, beach sculpture, boat trips – and don’t miss the fantastic fun days at Milford Haven, Dale, Goodwick and Saundersfoot.

Pembrokeshire Fish Week festival opens on Saturday, June 22nd with the Milford Fish Festival – a free family-friendly fun day at Milford Haven’s Mackerel Quay organised by Milford Waterfront.

The festival is co-ordinated by Pembrokeshire County Council’s Food Development Team, part-funded by Welsh Government and supported by various organisations.

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