Ten things to do in South Wales this weekend, September 14-16
1. Abergavenny Food Festival takes place on Saturday and Sunday in the castle grounds and at various sites throughout the town.
The day includes chef demonstrations, a fish market, a food academy and children’s events from 9.30am.
2. Bands, dancers and DJs will keep the crowds entertained at the Olion Youth Arts Festival on Sunday. The free event runs from 11am to 4pm in Townhill’s Paradise Park.
3. Celebrate 100 years of the Swans with a fun activity day of memories and memorabilia at Swansea's Waterfront Museum this weekend.
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This free event runs from 11am–4pm on Sunday and former Wales striker John Hartson will be making an appearance for a special talk from 2.30pm.
4. It's Disco Inferno night at the Garage in Swansea’s Uplandson Friday. Expect Motown, funk and danceable tracks by the score from 10pm.
5. Sign up for a sponsored walk in aid of the Llanelli Hospital League of Friends and Ty Bryngwyn Hospice which will be held on Saturday, September 29.
Anyone keen to join the walk, which begins at 10am from Llanelli beach to Greenfield Chapel, can phone 01554 741127 for a sponsor form.
Last year, the Greenfield walk raised £3,400 for the Teenage Cancer Trust.
6. An exhibition bringing together two art graduates from Carmarthen Art College begins this weekend.
From Saturday, until October 20, Two Journeys — an exhibition by Heidi Sian Smith and Hannah Lewis Davies — will be held at Oriel Q, Queen’s Hall, Narberth.
The gallery is open Wednesdays to Saturdays, from 10am to 5pm.
7. Find a gig near you with our guide.