This year’s bad weather has forced some beekeepers to feed their swarms to keep them alive, says the National Beekeeping Centre for Wales.
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Wales has endured its third wettest summer since records began in 1910, according to the Met Office.
For sunshine it is expected to be the country’s second dullest.
Peter Davies, an adviser to the Welsh government on green policy, was responding to a report that the green economy is withstanding the recession.
A ROW is brewing up between the Welsh Assembly and anglers on one side and a group of fishing boats from Wales and North Devon on the other over historic access rights, also known as “grandfather” rights. The assembly is proposing to end these …
WALES’ hospitality and food industries could save up to £5m a year by reducing their waste and recycling more, according to an environmental organisation. Wrap (Waste and Resources Action Programme) Cymru says food and packaging waste analysis …
Event director Chris Willliams said, “The Welsh Menu Live is an exciting new event for Wales, and we have a schedule of scrumptious activities planned across the weekend. We’re delighted to give small Welsh producers an opportunity to promote their excellent food and drink products to Swansea locals and Bank Holiday visitors,”
A PENARTH restaurant, based in the restored Victorian beach shelter on the Esplanade, is celebrating after winning best restaurant in the ‘Welsh Food Oscars’. The Fig Tree was awarded the Gold ‘People’s Choice’ Food Award in the 2012 Wales True Taste …
Cardigan’s River & Food Festival takes place on Saturday 11 & Sunday 12 August 2012. The festival will be held at Cardigan’s Quay Street car park, next to the River Teifi. The festival attracts around 8,000 visitors, with more than 70 food, drink and crafts exhibitors.