Make your Halloween pumpkin a Welsh one!

Why do we carve pumpkins at Halloween? You may have assumed carving vegetables for Halloween started in the US. I did! But I was wrong… The carved pumpkin, or the ‘jack-o’-lantern’ is British in origin and dates back to the… Read more »

Horticulture Wales at Llangollen Food Festival

Yesterday we went along to the 22nd annual Llangollen Food Festival in the town’s iconic Pavilion. Highlights included larger than life TV chef Chris “Foodgasm” Roberts, who has his own television series on S4C – he was championing Welsh beef and… Read more »

Member spotlight: FlintShare

Based at their sites at Cilcain, Northop, and Hawarden, FlintShare, which has been running since 2010, is a community-run social enterprise that gives members the chance to grow their own vegetables and fruit together. Comprising learner and experienced growers, the… Read more »

Christmas Event

Festive shoppers and stall holders enjoyed a Christmas Market at Cilcain Village Hall in Flintshire! The market was the first of a series of events that will take place across Wales to promote Welsh horticulture and growers, producers, and businesses.… Read more »