September 10th The first Slow Food Tour of the Festival will visit a prize winning dairy farm at milking time to view the process in action and will then meet John Flahavan at the sixth generation miller’s facility at Flahavan’s Porridge in Kilmacthomas.
|Meet Grace Kiersey at her Vegetable Garden|
|Visit Flanagan’s Fish Mongers|
|High Bank Organic Orchards|
|Goatsbridge Trout Farm|
|Knockdrinna Farmhouse Cheese|
September 13th Slow Food Tour guests will be taken to experience the Ballybeg Horticulture Project & Allotments. This community driven project will demonstrate the possibility of what can be achieved when people come together for the greater good of the community. It has the chance to inspire and motivate all those who visit so it could be a great way to gain some tips and pointers for anyone wanting to start their own community garden project.
|Ballybeg Ballybeg Horticulture Project & Allotments|
September 14th (SOLD OUT, But more may get lined up) a trip to Dunhill Ecopark & Community Garden is first on the cards for this Slow Food Tour. Visitors will be able to take in the fantastic scenery of the community garden and stretch their legs out in the fine County Waterford air.
|Dunhill Ecopark & Community Garden|
|Crough Venison Farm|
|A traditional Waterford Craft Butcher|
|Waterford Bilberry Goats Heritage Trust|