Green & Jenks (an artisan deli), Tŷ Caws (a British cheesemonger) and Welsh Connection (ceramics and homeware) have all taken advantage of a scheme to offer festive pop-up spaces in the Castle Quarter Arcades. The scheme gives local businesses the opportunity to take city centre retail space on a short or flexible lease.View Post
Taking place from 1-3 November at Coleg Cambria Llysfasi, Ruthin, the Wales Real Food and Farming Conference is for ‘anyone who cares about a sustainable future for food and farming in Wales’. Inspired by the Oxford Real Farming Conference, the first Wales Real Food & Farming Conference was held at Aberystwyth in 2019.View Post
The Good Food Cardiff Autumn Festival returns for its fourth year this September, and Food Cardiff is offering grants of £150 to community groups who want to help celebrate the abundance of autumn, and promote seasonal planet-friendly food.View Post
Working with two of my creative pals, Will and Sam, I’ve launched the Cardiff Wine Passport: Summer Edition – a new way to explore the best indie bars and restaurants in Cardiff city centre.
I created the passport as a way to champion some of the brilliant independent hospitality businesses who have had such a rough ride over the last couple of years. Unlike the chain venues you’ll find in cities all over the UK, indie hospitality venues make our city centre a unique place to spend time, giving it a flavour and a personality you can’t find anywhere else!View Post