On Saturday, May 13th, you can travel to Gŵyl Fwyd Caernarfon Food Festival, held on the Castle Square, Caernarfon sustainably by bike, bus or train. The festival, which is free to attend, celebrates local food and drink producers and chefs. Visitors will be able to tracel sustainably to the town with bus company Express Motors running double-decker buses on their services to Caernarfon. A spokesperson on behalf of Express Motors says: “Due to the high demand on public transport last year, Express Motors intend on running double decke buses to Caernarfon on the festival day so we can carry even more visitors.” Arriva buses will also be carrying visitors to and from Bangor. A spokesperson on behalf of Arriva says: “Arriva runs a service every 15 minutes from Bangor to Caernarfon and looks forward to welcoming Caernarfon Food Fest visitors aboard the 5C on the 13th May” The Welsh Highland Railway will also run an extra service on May 13th to carry visitors to the festival. Clare Britton, Commercial Manager at the Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways says; “We’re delighted to be able to help Gŵyl Fwyd Caernarfon Food Festival again this year with their fundraising event to the Glaslyn Wildlife Centre and to show our support to a local community organisation. We’re also looking forward to running an extra train from Porthmadog to Caernarfon on the festival day itself on May 13th, making it a great day out.” Both cycle paths that enter Caennarfon from the South and North, Lôn Eifion and Lôn Menai, are also a great option for those who fancy burning off the calories after a full day of food.

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