Wicklow Naturally October Feast returns for 2022

Wicklow Naturally’s October Feast is a month-long celebration of Wicklow’s food and drinks story, including farming, foraging, brewing, distilling, and much more.

The popular festival celebrates Wicklow’s thriving food and drinks scene. Throughout the month, Wicklow Naturally members’ will showcase their range of products, diverse experiences and numerous interactive events.

October Feast was launched on Saturday, October 1st 2022 at Powerscourt Distillery during their Harvest Festival.

At the launch Wicklow Naturally’s Chairperson, Pamela Walsh, said, “Wicklow has an abundance of world-class local food and drink producers and this October Feast is bursting with flavour with over 40+ events. We have developed an unforgettable, engaging, inclusive, memorable events programme for festival-goers to enjoy.”

Treat your tastebuds and set your sights on these amazing events… From hands-on masterclasses, learning about our farm-family sustainable stories, taking some of the country’s best distillery, beer, and wine tasting tours, to cooking demonstrations, meeting the maker and heading out on guided foraging and mushroom hunts.

You can also enjoy a taste of Wicklow Naturally as eatery members throughout the county showcase the finest Wicklow produce in their seasonal menus. 

The network will also hold food waste, food poverty and environmental awareness initiatives.

Cathaoirleach of Wicklow County Council, Cllr Tommy Annesley, said, “Wicklow County Council is delighted to be supporting October Feast. The Wicklow Naturally team and its members have the perfect mix of experiences in 2022, so why not explore, discover and get involved in the many events planned across County Wicklow this October by heading over to https://wicklownaturally.ie/events/.”

Be sure to stay up to date with the latest event news by following Wicklow Naturally on social media: https://www.facebook.com/WicklowNaturally/https://twitter.com/WicklowNatural1, or https://www.instagram.com/wicklownaturally/.

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