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Armagh Food & Cider Weekend To Take Place In September

By Dave Simpson
Armagh Food & Cider Weekend To Take Place In September

Armagh has officially launched its Food & Cider Weekend with a cornucopia of new events, fresh features and an unrivalled tasting menu for 2023.


Armagh will celebrate the quality of its food, hospitality and Bramley apple harvest that creates an internationally acclaimed range of ciders.

This year's Food & Cider Weekend kicks off on Thursday 7 September.

There will be over 30 exciting events including al fresco dinners within stunning orchards, markets with artisan producers, food tours and food experiences, as well as apple juices and cider to enjoy.

Chefs and culinary experts are also working along with the Food Heartland producers to highlight the local tradition and heritage, but with a fresh, modern twist.


Deputy Lord Mayor of Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Councillor Sorchá McGeown said, "Outstanding food, quality ingredients and world class cider are always reasons to celebrate which is why we're delighted to launch this year's Armagh Food & Cider Weekend this year with a fresh menu and a new crop of activities to get your teeth into. Packed with great places to eat, and vibrant markets, we can't wait to welcome back visitors from near and far for a culinary kick through our city and region’s best produce in a one-of-a-kind destination you'll want to come back to. Good food and drink is always on the table in the Food Heartland."

Full Programme

The full programme of events at the Armagh Food & Cider Weekend 2023 can be found at

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