Discover Boyne Valley Flavours showcases everything about the Boyne Valley’s fresh, local produce - the producers, the venues, the landscape and, through the Boyne Valley Food Series, the events that promote them. We want to show people from Ireland and beyond how our region is one of the country’s top foodie destinations.

Upcoming Boyne Valley Food Series Events

The Boyne Valley Food Series is a calendar of events which celebrates our land, our heritage, our people, and of course our produce.

Our experience-lead food events will immerse you in the food and drinks culture of the Boyne Valley region. From guided food tours and weekend farm retreats to themed events and street feasts, there is something for everyone in the family to enjoy.

Our events' schedule is jam-packed running nearly year-round from April to December with additional festive events taking place for Halloween and Christmas, and here is a little taste of what you can expect: BVFoodSeries

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Summer of Seafood in Co. Louth

Saturday 1st June - Saturday 31st August 2019

TO BOOK: See brochure link below
PRICE: See participating restaurant prices
LOCATION: Participating Restaurants in Co. Louth

Taste a Summer of Seafood in Co. Louth with our new map, that will guide you to some of the best seafood restaurants throughout the county.…

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“Grow it, Mill it, Bake it”

Saturday 27th July 2019 @ 3 - 6pm

TO BOOK: Call 041 6852242
PRICE: €10 per adult Children Free
LOCATION: Dunany Farm, Togher, Drogheda, Co. Louth

A family fun trailer ride around Dunany Estate to see how our organic crops are grown, followed by a tour around the mill, including a milling demonstration. Leonie will show how the different flours can be used to make delicious breads and scones which will be ready to taste with homemade jams, tea coffee and soft drinks.…

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The Story of Honey

Sunday 28th July 2019 @ 2 - 5pm

TO BOOK: Call 086 3446791 or email
PRICE: €6 per adult, €4 per child, €20 Family (2A & 3C)
LOCATION: Bee Wise Garden Walk, Crerogue, Kilmessan, Co. Meath

A family fun day around our five acre bee friendly woodland garden. Learn about the flowers and plants that the bees work to produce your honey, see the bees working in our observation hive, complete a nature activity trail and finally go through the insides of a hive from empty frame to spinning honey.…

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Carlingford Oyster Festival

Thursday 8th August - Monday 12th August 2019pm

TO BOOK: Use website button below
PRICE: Free of Charge
LOCATION: Carlingford, Co. Louth

 This year to mark our 40th Anniversary & 1st Music Extravaganza, we are holding a Mega Draw with €4000 worth of Prizes on offer, 1st Prize being a week for 2 ppl in Portugal on a Country Music Holiday of a lifetime, along with 9 other prizes. Profits from this draw will help some local Organisations, Red cross, Foy Centre, Tidy Town & SVP, so please get behind us and maybe take a book of Tickets 20 per book @ €10 each. If you would like to take a book plz email and we will get them delivered to you asap or organise a collection Point.…

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Great Gatsby Summer Soirée

Friday 16th August 2019 @ 7 - 11pm

TO BOOK: Tickets available at reception at The Headfort Arms Hotel
PRICE: €35.00 per person
LOCATION: The Vanilla Pod, Kells, Co. Meath

Come with us On A Journey Back To The 1920’s with Gatsby Gourmet Dinner. Think Fancy Cocktails, Delicious Food & Good Time Groves To Make You Move  We shall be Breaking out the bootleg liquor for this one! Tickets €35.00pp Including 4 Course Dinner & Cocktail On Arrival   REMEMBER DRESS TO IMPRESS…

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Working Watermills - The Miller's Story

Saturday 17th August 2019 @ 11 - 5am

TO BOOK: Just show up on the day
PRICE: €5.00 per person
LOCATION: Martry Mill, Martry, Kells, Co. Meath

Martry Mill will be opening its doors for tours and talks by our miller, James on the history of our 300-year-old mill, its unique connection to the River Blackwater and its part in the local community.…

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