TWO WEEK ‘VALE FOOD TRAIL’ SET TO RETURN THIS SUMMER

Following a successful debut event last year, the ‘Vale Food Trail’ will return later this year, running from 26th May – 4th June 2024. The two-week, multi-location food festival offers ‘an exploration and celebration of food, farming & sustainability in the Vale of Glamorgan.’

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A Sweet Escape: Where to Pick Your Own Fruit Near Cardiff

Apart from a spot of city park foraging, a visit to a pick-your-own (PYO) fruit farm is one of my favourite ways to spend time outside, get closer to nature, and bring home a bounty of seasonal produce to enjoy. It’s a properly wholesome experience – a chance to slow down and grab a break from the hustle and bustle of city life.

Here are some of the best places to PYO fruit near Cardiff.

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‘VALE FOOD TRAIL’ WILL SHOWCASE LOCAL & SUSTAINABLE FOOD

A new event will shine a light on the evolving local food scene in the Vale of Glamorgan – with a particular focus on showcasing sustainable food and drink. The inaugural Vale Food Trail will take place from 9th – 18th June and will include a calendar of events designed to bring people closer to food producers and businesses in the Vale, whilst deepening their connections with the surrounding community.

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New WWF Films Offer Vision of a Sustainable Farming Future

A new series of films from WWF Cymru hopes to highlight the ways in which Welsh farmers can adopt climate and nature friendly, regenerative farming practices. Farming is at the heart of how we use land in Wales; how we shape agriculture policy in this country is crucial to restoring nature, reducing emissions and providing healthy affordable, sustainable food for future generations.

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