Conwy Honey Fair has been held within the town walls by Royal decree since Edward I reign more than 700 years ago. The right to hold the fair is in the town's Royal Charter.
Records from 1835 report that
" Large quantities of very excellent honey are sold annually in Conwy".
And so it still is today. The annual Honey Fair is still held within the walls of the town and excellent honey is sold to very large crowds who descend on Conwy High Street and Lancaster Square every September 13th. Admission is free. Honey stalls and honey vendors stand side by selling their wares.There are plant and seed stalls too as well as local crafts and home produce to browse. Choose from a selection of North Wales holiday cottages in September and enjoy this sweet event.