Farmers' Markets in Wales

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Producer Directory

Here you will find details of our registered producers. If you would like to join them, or just want some more information about the process of selling at farmers markets, drop us a line. We are setting up a producer portal here in the next few weeks so check back soon.

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Ralph's award winning traditional farmhouse cider and perry is made from 100% pressed cider apples and perry pears. The fruits are grown in our own orchards and others within a 14 mile radius of Badland. The orchards are all farmed traditionally, (grazed with sheep and no sprays used on the fruit). After pressing in the autumn the pomace is fed to our livestock. Sales are from our Cider House and also food festivals, Farmers' Markets, ...

Old Badland Farm
New Radnor
Powys
LD8 2TG
01544 350 304

Romy and Guy are no longer operating in Wales. They have moved back to their home in France.

info@romycuisine.co.uk

PO Box 106
High Street
Hay-on-Wye
Powys
HR3 5YH
07855 531 550

Handmade wooden Home & Garden Products from Sustainably managed woodlands with Monmouthshire, Hidden Valley Charcoal made within the shadow of the Skirrid Mountain and Seasoned Hardwood Firewood by the trailer load, also Willow Baskets & products & Living willow structures installed.

rusticwoody@live.co.uk

5 The Almshouses
Llangeview
Usk
Monmouthshire
NP15 1NF
07870552103

Raglan Cider Mill was formed by proprietors James and Sally Perks in 2006. We were delighted when RCM won the ‘Best Newcomer’ award in the Welsh Cider Championships in 2007 and we have been consistent winners of awards ever since. In 2011 we won 1st prize in the Hereford Museum international Competition with our Dry Cider and we won a Gold Medal and reserve Champion in the Welsh Championships with our Barn Owl dry perry. ...

info@raglancidermill.com


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After running a guest house in the Lake District, 4 years ago we decided to move to beautiful mid-Wales to continue making the preserves our guests so enjoyed. We bought a lovely 300 year-old cottage overlooking the Irfon River, with a large garden and numerous fruit bushes. This house and garden have given our business its name, and here is where we personally prepare all our jams, chutneys and flapjacks, making them truly home-made. Most ...

macandstevie@gwarafoghouse.fsnet.co.uk

Gwarafog House
Garth
Llangammarch Wells
Powys
LD4 4BH
01591 620 265