Please note these dates are provisional.
Wakefield’s famous Yorkshire Forced Rhubarb has joined the hallowed ranks of Europe’s protected foods.
Yorkshire Forced Rhubarb has been elevated to the same status as Champagne and Parma Ham. If it’s not from the Yorkshire rhubarb triangle, it can’t be called Yorkshire Forced Rhubarb.
Wakefield Festival of Food, Drink and Rhubarb is one of the first major foodie events in the UK’s festival calendar.
The festival celebrates the tradition of Forced Rhubarb growing in Wakefield, offering the finest regional produce and showcasing the most talented local chefs.
The 2014 festival saw a range of tours, walks, chef demonstrations and real ale along side one of the biggest speciality markets in the region.
To hear the latest news about the 2015 festival in February like the page on Facebook www.facebook.com/rhubarbfestival
|Fri 20 - Sun 22 Feb 2015|
|Fri 20 - Sun 22 Feb||Wakefield Festival of Food Drink & Rhubarb at Wakefield Cathedral Precinct|
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Jct 41 off the M1 will lead you straight into the city centre
On street parking is available as well as many multi-storey car parks.
By Public Transport:
Nearest train station: Wakefield Westgate Railway Station
Nearest bus station: Wakefield Bus Station
The Free City Bus is available from Wakefield Westgate Railway Station or Wakefield Bus Station that drop you off in the city centre.
: 0 miles from Wakefield Westgate station