A young Mid Wales apprentice chef completed a notable double in her competition debut at the Welsh International Culinary Championships (WICC) last week.
Charlotte Latham, 21, from Llanidloes, who works at Chartists 1770 at The Trewythen Hotel in the town, won both the Wales heat of the Riso Gallo Young Risotto Chef of UK and Ireland and the Major International Main Course Challenge.
She will now represent Wales in the Riso Gallo Young Risotto Chef of UK and Ireland Grand Final at The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on the April 4, where the finalists will compete for an exciting prize. In the Wales heat, Charlotte cooked a lobster risotto.
The overall winner will travel to Italy for a three day stage with Fabio Pisani, Alessandro Negrini and their team at the two Michelin starred Il Luogo di Aimo e Nadia in Milan, famous for its contemporary Italian cuisine.
The winner will also be taken on a tour of the Riso Gallo Rice Mill in Italy and will learn about a selection of excellent rice, cresses and oils from Riso Gallo, Filippo Berio and Koppert Cress.
Charlotte will also represent Wales in the Major International Main Course Challenge Final at Hotel, Restaurant & Catering (HRC) which is being held at ExCel, London from March 21-23
She cooked Welsh Lamb rump with giant pomegranate cous cous, butternut squash and lamb jus.
Organised by the Culinary Association of Wales (CAW), the WICC are hosted by Grwp Llandrillo Menai’s campus in Rhos-on-Sea. Main sponsor is Food and Drink Wales, the Welsh Government’s department representing the food and drink industry.
Charlotte, who has worked at Chartists 1770 at The Trewythen Hotel, since last May, is working toward her Apprenticeship in Professional Cookery with Cambrian Training Company.
After competing in two competitions on Tuesday, she was in action again on Wednesday as commis chef to sous chef Matthew Smith, from Chartists 1770 at The Trewythen Hotel, who won a bronze medal in the National Chef of Wales final.
“I was very nervous because it was my first competitions,” she said: “My mind just went blank on Tuesday morning but I was okay when I started cooking and I am really proud of myself.
“I love the industry and enjoy the pressure and challenge. I really enjoyed being Matthew’s commis chef which was a great experience.”
Looking forward to the two competition finals in London, she said: “It’s a bit scary but I’m going to try my best.”
It proved a good WICC for Chartists 1770 at The Trewythen Hotel because apprentice Rosie Koffer also won the best kitchen live class.
Charlotte Latham receives her Major International certificate from Fergus Martin (left) and Culinary Association of Wales president Arwyn Watkins.
Charlotte Latham receives her Riso Gallo award from Culinary Association of Wales president Arwyn Watkins (left) and judge Kurt Fleming.
Rosie Koffer, form Chartists 1770 at The Trewythen Hotel, who won the best kitchen live class at the WICC.
Award winning Shrewsbury caravan and motorhome dealership Salop Leisure will be flying the Welsh flag, handing out daffodils to customers and serving up Welsh food favourites to celebrate St David’s Day on Tuesday.
The company always pulls out all the stops to celebrate Wales’ patron saint on March 1 because of its important links with tourism in Mid Wales, which is at the heart of the business.
To bring a truly Welsh flavour to the celebrations, Salop Leisure’s restaurant, Love Coffee, will be serving up a special menu including leek and potato soup, bara brith and Welsh cakes.
Apart from celebration the patron saint, St David’s Day marks the traditional opening of the new tourism season, with caravan holiday home parks across Mid Wales welcoming back owners after a winter break.
Salop Leisure, which also has sales centres in Machynlleth and Stourport-on-Severn, invests thousands of pounds every year promoting tourism in Mid Wales to existing owners and prospective buyers of holiday homes, touring caravans and motorhomes.
The company supplies caravans holiday homes and luxury lodges to more than 200 parks across Mid Wales and the Heart of England.
Salop Leisure’s co-managing director Dylan Roberts said: “St David’s Day is always an important date in the company’s calendar because Wales is and has always been at the heart of the business.
“It’s an opportunity to not only celebrate the nation’s patron saint but also to promote the beautiful landscape and many attractions that Wales has to offer visitors.
“Mid Wales is one of the most popular destinations in the UK with people looking to buy a caravan holiday home. We saw last year how important staycations in Mid Wales are for people who want to escape to the seaside and into the countryside more than ever after the pandemic restrictions of the last two years.”
Val Hawkins, chief executive of MWT Cymru, which represents more than 600 hospitality and tourism businesses across Powys, Ceredigion and Southern Snowdonia, praised Salop Leisure for continuing to promote the region as a tourism destination.
“Salop Leisure does a fantastic job to help us put the Mid Wales countryside and coast on the map in two of our key target markets, the West Midlands and North West England,” she said. “Visitor surveys have highlighted how important and caravan and camping sector is to the economy of Mid Wales.
“The importance of tourism to the Welsh economy was highlighted by the staycationing boom last year and we expect this trend to continue in 2022.”
Preparing to celebrate St David’s Day in traditional Welsh costumes are Ellie Walker (left) and Elizabeth Carver from Salop Leisure.
Award-winning Welsh distillery In the Welsh Wind has created a sophisticated cocktail featuring Dewi Sant gin from its Eccentric Spirits range to celebrate St David's Day this year.
The company, which is based neat Cardigan, has collaborated with mixologist Owen Williams to create a range of exciting cocktails using the distillery’s ‘Eccentric spirits’ range.
In this concoction, the full, herbaceous flavours of Dewi Sant are paired with lemon, mint, cucumber and elderflower. This combination makes a delicious and grown up way to toast Wales’ patron saint on March 1.
It’s pretty straightforward to mix up this martini style drink for yourself, too!
Gardd Dewi Sant/St David’s Garden Cocktail (serves 1)
Fresh Cucumber - 2 Slices
Fresh Mint - 6 Leaves
Eccentric Dewi Sant Gin - 50ml
Fresh Lemon Juice - 25ml
Elderflower Syrup/cordial - 15ml
Cucumber & Mint Sprig Garnish
Add the cucumber to a cocktail shaker and muddle – use the end of a wooden spoon.
Clap the mint leaves between your hands and add to the shaker.
Pour in the gin, lemon juice and elderflower syrup/cordial to the shaker than add ice and shake to combine.
Double strain the contents of the shaker into your cocktail glass and garnish with a cucumber wheel and mint sprig.
Mix up a Gardd Dewi Sant/Dewi Sant Garden cocktail for St Davids Day.
Fancy learning how to cultivate trees and edible plants, or sketching nature in Newtown’s green spaces or learning new conservation skills?
A new, Welsh Government funded project, using nature, art and food growing to enhance the health and wellbeing of the local community, has been launched this week.
The Wellbeing in Green Spaces Project is being co-ordinated by Open Newtown, an independent development trust and social enterprise which manages 130 acres of green spaces in Newtown.
The 19-month project is running a series of free, six-week, structured workshops, focusing on understanding nature on our doorsteps to improve wellbeing, led by Cultivate, Oriel Davies Gallery and Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust.
Walk and draw workshops, tending the town’s edible plant beds, tree planting and bird box building are just some of the activities on offer.
There is a combination of drop-in sessions and bookable events available, and people are encouraged to visit the project’s webpage - https://opennewtown.org.uk/wellbeing-in-green-spaces-project/ - for more information and for booking details.
The first set of workshops start on Thursday, February 24, 11am-1pm, meeting outside Oriel Davies Galley. This drop-in session will explore edible trails in Newtown, led by Cultivate’s workshop leader, Mel Chandler.
Gary Mitchell, Open Newtown’s chief executive said: “There is growing evidence of the health and wellbeing benefits of being in nature, so we are really excited to see Cultivate, Oriel Davies Gallery and Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust come together in this way.
“Since the start of the pandemic, many people have felt isolated or more anxious, so this is a great opportunity to meet new people, develop interests and to get involved in Newtown’s green spaces.
“You might find yourself helping to look after Newtown’s community orchards one week and the next you might be working on a collaborative mural.”
Kate Morgan-Clare, creative producer at Oriel Davies Gallery, explained: “Previous creative experience isn’t essential to join our workshops. This is an opportunity to enjoy nature and meet other people.
“By working together with other organisations, people will have the chance to get involved in a fantastic mix of activities, run in green spaces and may even develop lifelong interests.”
The project is also being highlighted by the Welsh Government’s Help Us Help You campaign which is encouraging people to make some small changes to help protect and improve our own wellbeing.
Wellbeing in Green Spaces is part of a series nature-based partnership projects, co-ordinated by Open Newtown and funded by Welsh Government, centred around wellbeing and resilience of people and businesses in the town.
These new projects are supported by the Welsh Government Rural Communities - Rural Development Programme 2014-2020, which is funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development and the Welsh Government until June 2023.
If you want to kickstart your journey to a healthier lifestyle, but don’t know where to start, go to the Living and Feeling Well pages on the NHS 111 Wales website for tips and advice. Every change you make will help us help you.
Wellbeing in Green Spaces project team (from left) Richard Edwards and Mel Chandler from Cultivate, Kate Morgan-Clare from Oriel Davies Gallery and Matt Riesing from Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust.
Image: Hannah Zervas.
MWT Cymru is an independent company that represents more than 600 tourism and hospitality businesses across Powys, Ceredigion and Southern Snowdonia.
Having been involved in the Mid Wales tourism industry for nearly 50 years, Mr Rutherford was a former vice chairman and interim chief executive of MWT Cymru, also known as Mid Wales Tourism, based in Machynlleth.
He arrived in Mid Wales in 1972 to take over as general manager of Llechwedd Slate Caverns, Blaenau Ffestiniog, having previously worked for a firm of accountants and consultants in London.
In 1993, he bought Corris Craft Centre, which had only six studios and a café at the time. Next, he decided to use his Engineering Degree and interest in King Arthur and ancient mythology to convert the abandoned underground slate mine into King Arthur’s Labyrinth visitor attraction which opened in 1994.
Mr Rutherford later added four additional craft studios, Corris Mine Explorers, Lost Legends of The Stone Circle and the Bwtri Welsh food and drink shop. Wishing to retire, he completed the sale of his business shortly before he died.
Shirley Owen, Corris Craft Centre’s marketing manager, said: “Ian was passionate about the high quality of tourism in Wales. He dedicated his time to the local, regional and national tourism industry where his bright ideas, dedication, drive and wit touched the hearts of so many.
“Ian has left behind the most wonderful legacy which will live on for many more people to enjoy.”
Mr Rutherford was involved with a forerunner to MWT Cymru, the Mid Wales Tourism Council, which became Mid Wales Tourism (MWT) in 1991. He then served as MWT’s chief executive for six months during the reorganisation of the Wales Tourist Board.
He had been involved with MWT since it was established and served as a director for many years before standing down last year.
Responding to the life membership award in December, Mr Rutherford said: “I am really pleased that I have been honoured in such a way by my peers in the tourism industry. I have been involved in the tourism in Mid Wales for nearly 50 years and have been a great supporter of the industry working together.”
Former MWT Cymru chairman, Anne Lloyd Jones, a fellow life member and a personal friend of Mr Rutherford and his family, said: “Ian was such a lovely man, a real gentleman and a tower of strength who always gave sound advice.
“Mid Wales Tourism might not have survived without his leadership as interim chief executive when I was chairman. He will be very sadly missed.”
Current MWT Cymru chairman Rowland Rees-Evans added: “Ian was a giant in the tourism industry. I always appreciated his sense of humour, advice, knowledge and experience within the industry.
“Ian had been to the very top of the industry and had developed a good business. His passing is a big loss to the industry and especially to MWT Cymru.”
Val Hawkins, MWT Cymru’s chief executive, said: “Ian made a massive contribution to MWT Cymru and Mid Wales tourism in general over many years. I shall miss his support and wise words. Our thoughts are with Catrin and family at this very sad time.”
The late Ian Rutherford, a giant of the tourism industry within Wales.
A new 31.25-mile ultra trail race, which will tackle the steep ascent of the iconic Devil's Staircase near Llanwrtyd Wells in Mid Wales, has been revived for this spring after being postponed due to the pandemic in 2020.
Llanwrtyd Wells is renowned for hosting a series of wacky and wonderful competitions, including the World Bog Snorkelling Championship, Man versus Horse Race and the World Alternative Games, to name but a few.
Now Green Events, organiser of most of these competitions, is launching the Trailhead Get Jerky Devil's Staircase Ultra Trail Race, which covers 50.3km (31.25 miles) and has a total ascent and descent of 5,361ft (1,634m).
Most of the race, on April 2, is off road with some short road sections including the “hellish” ascent (25%) of the iconic Devil's Staircase.
The race, originally planned for April 2020, is being sponsored by Trailhead Fine Foods’ Get Jerky brand, award-winning premium Welsh Beef Jerky snacks made in Welshpool.
Trailhead Fine Foods even developed a fiery new Get Jerky flavour, called Devil's Wrath, especially for launch at the planned 2020 event. The new product launch still went ahead and Devil’s Wrath is now part of ‘The Hot Ones’ Get Jerky collection.
Trailhead’ managing director Arwyn Watkins was very keen to get involved when he heard that Green Events was launching the new event that involved taking on the challenge of the Devil’s Staircase.
“The Devils Staircase is set in Nant Irfon where my family and our forefathers have worked the land in the beautiful Irfon Valley for centuries,” said Arwyn. “With the River Irfon and the race route running through the family farm, it was only right that Trailhead should support this challenge.
“The race also fits perfectly with the Get Jerky brand because the snacks are nutritious and high in protein, providing the fuel for customers to enjoy endurance activities.
“The extreme heat and adventurous flavours used in Devil’s Wrath represent an exhilarating challenge, which is exactly what this trail race is all about.”
Lindsay Ketteringham, chairman of Green Events, said: “The race will test endurance and stamina during the 50 km trail and all the runners will be rewarded with a fantastic and lasting, memorable experience.
“We recognise that ultra trail running is a fast-growing sport and we have the terrain here for it. We are hoping to attract around 200 runners to experience this iconic journey.
“Having Trailhead Get Jerky as sponsor is a match made in heaven with the Watkins family connection, which is ideal.”
Trailhead’s handmade, artisan jerky is produced with responsibly sourced PGI Welsh Beef and marinated using secret, unique recipes. The jerky is high in protein, gluten free and low in fat, which makes it a healthy alternative to sugary and high fat snacks.
Get Jerky snacks are available in more than 100 stockists, ranging from one off boutique farm shops to selected Co-Op stores across Wales. Trailhead offers free UK delivery of its tasty snacks ordered online at https://www.trailheadfinefoods.co.uk
The race starts and finishes in the centre of Llanwrtyd Wells and the route comprises a mixture of tarmacadam road, forest tracks and farmland.
Each runner will receive a unique devil medal and there will be prizes for the first three male and female runners. The entry fee is £45 which includes a technical T Shirt.
To enter the race online visit https://www.green-events.co.uk/index.php?dstenter .
A Get Jerky branded Land Rover with the Devil’s Staircase in the background.
A runner practising for the Trailhead Get Jerky Devil's Staircase Ultra Trail Race.
.“If a touring caravan has been stored in the same place for a long time and not been moved occasionally, it’s possible that the tyres will bulge and then crack when inflated.
“In addition, over the years, the company has come across a range of common problems relating to the storage of touring caravans, including issues with the leisure batteries and spiders and other insects blocking gas and water pipes.”
Our advice is to prepare for your holiday well in advance because we want to ensure that the caravans are safe for the owners to use and enjoy this year.”
“Touring caravans give so much pleasure to couples and families, but it’s essential that they are serviced every year before they are used. We service thousands of caravans in our Shrewsbury workshops and our staff are always on hand to offer advice.”
Anyone needing advice about servicing their touring caravan or motorhome can contact Salop Leisure’s service team on Tel: 01743 282400.
Caravan technician Josh Roberts checks the tread on a touring caravan tyre during a service in Salop Leisure’s workshops.
Looking for places to visit and things to do this February half-term? We’ve put together a round-up of ideas in Mid Wales to inspire you.
All of these attractions and more can be found on www.visitmidwales.co.uk
Half term dolphin spotting trips in New Quay
New Quay Boat Trips, run by Winston Evans and his son Jonathan, will be welcoming passengers onboard its Dreamcatcher boat for one-hour trips from New Quay pier, starting from February 11.
The company usually begins its trips on April 1 but has brought them forward this year due, weather permitting, to the high demand from customers.
As the Dreamcatcher only carries 12 passengers, passengers are advised to book in advance online at https://newquayboattrips.co.uk/ or by calling 01545 560 800.
A Dolphin Spotting Boat Trip offers a fun, educational experience for all ages. Boats sail exclusively within the Cardigan Bay Special Area of Conservation, home to hundreds of bottlenose dolphins and Atlantic grey seals. ‘Sea Watch Foundation’s Recommended Boat Operator’, and their skippers are all ‘WISE’ qualified, ensuring your boat trip will be conducted in accordance with the marine code of conduct.'
Centre for Alternative Technology, Machynlleth
Show the love for your planet at the Centre for Alternative Technology this February half term.
In partnership with the Climate Coalition’s ‘Show the Love’ campaign CAT’s expert team will be running green heart willow weaving activities and helping families think about and discuss what they love the most about planet earth.
CAT is offering half priced entry all winter, and free visitor tours run every morning through half term with activities taking place in the afternoon.
CAT is situated just three miles north of Machynlleth in the UNESCO Dyfi Biosphere Reserve, Mid Wales.
Between February 21-27, free tours take place every morning from 11:30am to 1pm and the green heart willow weaving craft activity runs from 2pm to 4pm. Activities are free with an entry ticket, and there’s free entry for locals. Enjoy interactive displays, the adventure playground, and hearty vegetarian meals. Dogs are welcome too!
The Silver Mountain Experience, near Aberystwyth
A silver-lead mine in Mid Wales which dates back more than 250 years is launching a new attraction in time for the February half term school holiday.
The brand-new Kindling’s Treasure Trail at The Silver Mountain Experience, near Ponterwyd, Aberystwyth challenges children to find all the treasure with the chance of winning a treat.
Steeped in mining history, The Silver Mountain Experience is open throughout the winter season, offering unique tours that explore the history of the site, both above and below ground.
Families with young explorers will love the adventurous ‘A Dragon’s Tale’ guided tour where they join a quest to find the friendly resident dragon hidden within the mines.
Alongside the tours, there are a variety of different surface attractions which are included within the price of the tickets. Children can run wild in Woo Hoo Woods, go gem panning, den building and dig for fossils.
The Rhiannon Gallery Exhibition, Tregaron
The Rhiannon Gallery Exhibition is running until February 28, showing a collection of paintings and ceramics by the gallery's artists. Visit the Craft Centre and enjoy a meal or a cuppa at Café Hafan to complete the experience.
This special attraction has been extended to include even more facilities. You can watch Rhiannon's jewellery being handcrafted by Welsh speaking goldsmiths in the Exhibition Workshops. Special jewellery is created in silver and gold, including rare and precious Welsh Gold, mined a few miles away in North Wales. https://oriel.rhiannon.co.uk/en
Beyond Breakout in Newtown
Beyond Breakout has fun at the centre of everything it does and is totally family friendly. Choose from in-person games, digital games and outdoor games.
What are breakout rooms? They are real life games where you and a group of friends or family will be shut in a room and given an hour to escape. Solve the puzzles, find the clues and work out the solutions in your bid for freedom. Laugh together whilst you work as a team to escape as fast as you can.
Beyond Breakout is now running Outdoor escape games which are the perfect way to see Newtown through new eyes. You have two hours to save the world from Trolls and Goblins by closing the Magic Portal, or unleash your inner Super Spy with Operation Mindfall which launches this month.
The games use all the best bits of Geocaching, treasure hunting and escape rooms with the latest augmented reality.
All games are designed for between two and six players and anyone and everyone can play. Children under 13 years of age must have an adult in the room with them. Under 16s must have an adult with them for outdoor games. https://www.beyondbreakout.co.uk/
Powis Castle and Garden, Welshpool
The popular National Trust activity trail, ‘50 things to do before you’re 11¾’, is returning to Powis Castle from February 19 to 27.
Exciting activities on the trail include getting to know a tree, making friends with a bug, welly wandering and wintry adventures.
No pre-booking is required, as trail activity sheets can be collected from the welcome cabin in the car park. The trail is free to take part in and standard admission prices apply. Guaranteed fun for all the family.
Powis Castle and Garden is open from 10am to 4pm (last entry 3.30pm). The courtyard café is open for drinks, cakes, light bites and sandwiches. For further information, visit: https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/powis-castle-and-garden
Llanerchaeron, near Aberaeron
As this National Trust park begins to wake up for spring, February half-term is the perfect time to find out what their conservation team has been up to over winter!
Llanerchaeron has plenty of activities for all the family including ‘50 things to do before you’re 11¾’ activities. Booking not required. Free event but normal admission fees apply. https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/llanerchaeron
Free half term comedy and theatre workshops at Ceredigion Museum
Ceredigion Museum in Aberystwyth has announced its programme of half term activities, which are free for children and young people interested in theatre and comedy.
On Wednesday, February 23, between 10am and 4pm, Lucy Gough and Stephanie Tillotson will facilitate a free, daylong session in two halves at the museum called ‘Patching the Whole’ for 14-18 year olds.
On Thursday, February 24, between 10am and 4pm, comedian Eleri Morgan will deliver a comedy workshop for seven-14 year olds at the museum called ‘Quick Comedy for Kids’. Eleri will reveal some useful hints and tips on how to be a stand-up comedian in a session packed with fun, games and the chance to test out a set on stage
Both half term workshops are free, but booking is essential. Email email@example.com to book.
For more information about things to do and places to stay in Mid Wales, see www.visitmidwales.co.uk
Picture Captions / credits:
New Quay Dolphins - credit Jonathan Evans.
Family fun at The Centre for Alternative Technology
Dragons Tale at Silver Mountain Experience.
Alex Allpress Pottery, Builth Wells.
The Rhiannon Centre
February half term fun at Powis Castle and Garden - National Trust.
Image: Trevor Ray Hart
Lucy, who has written for radio, television and stage, has been shortlisted for numerous writing awards and currently teaches at Aberystwyth University. Stephanie, a published playwright and poet, has worked in radio, theatre and television.
On Thursday, February 24, between 10am and 4pm, comedian Eleri Morgan will deliver a comedy workshop for seven-14 year olds at the museum called ‘Quick Comedy for Kids’.
Eleri will reveal some useful hints and tips on how to be a stand-up comedian in a session packed with fun, games and the chance to test out a set on stage
A stand-up comedian and writer, Eleri was raised in Aberystwyth and lives in Cardiff. She has performed at gigs throughout the UK, including Komedia (Bath and Brighton), Glee Club (Cardiff and Birmingham), the Edinburgh Fringe and Machynlleth and Aberystwyth Comedy Festivals.
She was a series regular in the BBC sitcom ‘Tourist Trap’ and a semi-finalist on the BBC’s ‘New Comedian of the Year 2021’. She has written for Mock the Week (BBC 1) and shows on S4C and BBC Radio 4.
With significant financial investment from the Welsh Government, the Winter of Wellbeing initiative encourages children and young people aged up to 25 to engage in social, cultural and physical activities outside of formal learning.
Councillor Catherine Hughes, Ceredigion County Council’s Cabinet Member with responsibility for Porth Ceredigion, Early Intervention, Wellbeing Hubs and Culture, said: “After what’s been such a challenging time, it’s welcoming news that, through the Winter of Wellbeing initiative, Ceredigion Museum is able to provide these exciting activities for our young people.
“It will enable them to re-engage with society, reconnect with friends, and rediscover their hobbies as restrictions continue to ease.”
Both half term workshops are free, but booking is essential. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to book.
More workshops will be held at the museum in March.
Ceredigion Museum is a member of MWT Cymru, an independent organisation that represents more than 600 tourism and hospitality businesses across Powys, Ceredigion and Southern Snowdonia.
Comedian Eleri Morgan
Distillery co-founder and director Ellen Wakelam said: “We’re excited that Dan has joined In the Welsh Wind. Our sales have grown organically over the last four years since we began trading and we’re now ready to take a more targeted approach so that as many people as possible can enjoy the premium spirits we produce here on the Welsh coast.
“We already work with international customers on the custom spirits side of our business, producing gin for brands as far afield as France, Malta and Japan. We’re now planning the export strategy for our gin and our grain to glass Welsh Origin whisky.”
During the pandemic, the small distillery team of four staff, plus Ellen and her partner Alex Jungmayr, reduced to one as employees moved to pursue other interests following furlough.
Since August 2020, when initial restrictions began to ease, the distillery has grown the team in all aspects of its work and now employs 15 members of staff, including four apprentices, both at the distillery and newly opened gin bar, Bar 45 at 45, St Mary Street, Cardigan.
Further recruitment is anticipated throughout 2022 as the business expands.
In the Welsh Wind is a member of MWT Cymru, an independent organisation that represents more than 600 tourism and hospitality businesses across Powys, Ceredigion and Southern Snowdonia.
Dan Jones, In the Welsh Wind Distillery’s new sales and export manager.
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