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June 2014

The Prince of Wales began his Annual Summer Tour of Wales at a cheesemakers today.

His Royal Highness spent more than an-hour-and-a-half at Caws Cenarth Cheese in Boncath.

After being given a tour of the award winning facility by owner Carwyn Adams, The Prince, who is a great supporter of local sourcing and British farmers, got his hands on a 2.6 kilogramme wheel of Golden Cenarth - which is made with Duchy Cider.

Mr Adams said The Prince had done wonders to champion local producers.

He said: "It was fantastic to have him here today and I was quite impressed about how knowledgeable he was about food.

"The Prince last visited us in 1998, and he was impressed to see how much we had expanded since then."

Read more: The Prince of Wales visits Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire

June 2014

Angling legend Moc Morgan has officially opened North Wales’ newest tourist destination - a visitor centre at a lake created to feed two power stations almost a century ago.

Llyn Trawsfynydd is the latest to share in the £4m Snowdonia Centre of Excellence scheme – part of the EU-backed Sustainable Tourism project - and now boasts a new visitor centre and café and 3km cycle trail plus fishing and boating facilities.

The £4m EU-backed scheme has already brought in 160,000 extra visitors and created 26 new jobs, with dozens more safeguarded, guests at the official opening were told.


Read more: New Life For Llyn Trawsfynydd Lake Created To Feed Power Stations

June 2014

“Our drive to reduce cost is matched only by our ambition to increase income and create a society that will face future challenges,” said Mr John T Davies in his address to over 120 members at the Annual General Meeting of the Royal Welsh Agricultural Society on 20th June.


With over 8,000 livestock entries, more trade stands than before and a whole range of events, this year’s Royal Welsh Show looks as if it will be another huge success.

Read more: Royal Welsh AGM Celebrates Success

June 2014

A peek into a poet’s past is awaiting you at Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre in St Davids, when the Dylan Thomas Mobile Writing Shed rolls into the city on Saturday July 5th and Sunday July 6th.

The replica of the Welsh poet’s famous writing haven – complete with curled pictures on the walls – is on a tour of Wales as part of Dylan Thomas 100, the year-long festival of celebrations commemorating the writer’s birth.


Read more: Dylan Thomas’s Mobile Writing Shed Rolls Up At Oriel y Parc

June 2014

In less than two months time the showground in Llanelwedd will be jam packed full of excited visitors enjoying this years Royal Welsh Show.

The pinnacle event in the British agricultural calendar will be held from 21- 24 July and, as always, will showcase the best of Welsh livestock, the high quality food and drink produced in Wales and will encompass the wider spectrum of farming and rural life, successfully bridging the gap between town and country.


Read more: Royal Welsh Show Success For Sally Lloyd

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