A Selection of Our Local Producers
SUBSCRIBE TO A WEEKLY VEG BOX
Our aim is to provide a weekly veg box sourced from organically grown food here in the Tywi Valley.
We are trying to achieve this through our Fferm Glytwaith (Patchwork Farm) project where we are co-ordinating a growing scheme with a number of local growers and farmers.
Subscribing to a veg box really helps us and our producers plan for the growing season.
We have had to consider many aspects of how the business has been run and where we would like to take the Food Hub over the coming year. Here are some of the changes: Hwb Bwyd Tywi The main change we’ve made is the decision to re-brand the Hub as the H
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I am so happy to report that Cothi Valley pasteries and other baked goodies are now back on the Hwb Bwyd! Fridays have just become so much more appealing! So, as well as getting your weekly dose of goats milk you can treat yourself with….: Croissants
Last weekend the annual meeting of the Landworkers’ Alliance (LWA) was held here in Wales. It was the 5th year of the LWA, a union of small and medium scale producers of food fuel and fibre, now boasting to over 3000 members. For those of you who haven