THE third annual festival of Welsh beers and ciders will take place at Llwyngwair Manor, just outside Newport, Pembrokeshire, on Saturday, June 15.

The festival is once again teaming up with the Pembrokeshire branch of CAMRA (Campaign for Real Ale) and there will be a fine selection of Welsh brews, including the award-winning ‘Boss Black’ from Boss Brewery, Swansea, which in 2018 was awarded Champion Beer of Wales.

Also on tap will be Diggers Gold from Grey Trees Brewery, winner of Champion Golden Beer of Wales 2015/16/17. You will also be able to sample beers from the majority of Pembrokeshire’s own brewers and there will be a choice of great local ciders.

A barbecue and full bar menu will be available.

Younger family members can look forward to a face painter and a bouncy castle if the weather is fine. Lively entertainment will be provided by the Welsh Whisperer, local musician Lee Mason and an open mic session.

Historic Llwyngwair Manor is set in 55 acres of parkland with magnificent views of the Preseli Mountains and the famous peak of Carn Ingli. A perfect location for taking a break from all the activities and enjoying a woodland walk along the picturesque River Nevern.

If the day is only blessed with “liquid sunshine”, the festival will be held indoors in the function room. So fun for all the family is guaranteed, whatever the weather.

Llwyngwair Manor is located on the A487 Fishguard to Cardigan road, one mile north of Newport and the festival runs from noon-10pm.