Half a dozen new entries in the food guide today, highlighting Carmarthenshire’s growing importance as a centre for local, sustainable foods. We have added Carreg Cennen Tearoom, Dryslwyn Community Shop, Rhosyn Farm Produce, The Castle Hotel, The Warren, and Watson and Pratt.
Much appreciated if anyone who spots an error gets in touch, so we can put it right.
Llandeilo’s Local Food Guide is now a separate page on this site.
If you know of additions or changes, please let me know.
Llandeilo Local Food Guide will be dormant for some weeks, due to other commitments.
Thank you for reading.
Meanwhile, the printed guide to local food around Llandeilo is available from The Green House, Rhosmaen Street, Llandeilo.
Llansawel Hall is the in place to visit! The monthly market is one of the big range of community activities taking place in the hall, which has its own grounds including a well-equipped children’s playground, a picnic site beside the river Marlais, and a car park.
The market, on the 3rd Saturday of the month, is a good place to buy fresh local vegetables, meats and eggs; bread, savouries and cakes; preserves; and crafts too. Refreshments are served. The market is between 10am and 1pm, and because it’s indoors there’s no need for umbrellas and raincoats.
Llansawel is on the B4337 road from Edwinsford to Llanybydder, a couple of miles north of Edwinsford. Coming into Llansawel from the south, see the Angel pub on the right, turn right, passing the Black Lion pub also on the right. The entrance to the village hall is just past the Black Lion, on the left, before the bridge over the river Marlais.
This is the start of a directory of local food producers and suppliers in and within about 30 miles of Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire.
The directory is compiled by Llandeilo Food Network / Rhwydwaith Bwyd Llandeilo and will expand over the coming weeks.
Please do contact us with suggestions for producers and retailers to include, using the Facebook page.