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 »

Get in touch!

We’ve had a busy autumn! During the last three months, our small team has trekked all over Wales to meet you—the horticultural businesses of Wales, and we’re just getting started. From fungi growers and community gardens to apple pressers and… Read more »

Member spotlight: Blodyn Aur

Llyr Jones runs his company, Blodyn Aur, in Llanfihangel Glyn Myfyr where he produces rapeseed oil. Llyr, 39, produces the oil at his family home at Derwydd Farm, which he shares with his wife Emma, 39, and children, Dwynwen, two,… Read more »

Sarah eat my flowers

Member spotlight: Eat my flowers

Sarah Hughes runs her business, Eat My Flowers, from the family farm at Cae Mawr where she lives with her husband, Philip, and her two teenage boys. Whilst Philip works for the Rhug Estate, and with his father on their… Read more »

Member spotlight: Mushrooming success!

Cynan Jones is a tenant farmer with the National Trust where he runs The Mushroom Garden, or Yr Ardd Fadarch, in North Wales. Based in Nantmor, near Beddgelert, Cynan grows shiitake and oyster mushrooms, which are then dried and used… Read more »

Member spotlight: Sowing Nature’s Seeds

Jan Miller runs Saith Ffynnon Wildlife Plants from her home near Holywell—a business that specialises in wild seeds and plants, including those native to the UK, that are useful to wildlife. At her home, a former farm, naturalist Jan grows… Read more »