Join us for breakfast

BREAkFAST is one of the most important meals of the day and it is a great opportunity to talk and share your thoughts before starting the day.

So in order to promote the health benefits and have a good catch up before the day starts, FUW teams across the country are once again hosting a variety of farmhouse breakfasts (Monday 21 – Sunday 27 January 2019) and the FUW is also once again taking the farmhouse breakfast Cardiff on Tuesday 22 January.

FUW president Glyn Roberts said: “We all get really excited about our farmhouse breakfasts every year. We can start the day together with family, friends and neighbours, in a positive and healthy way and at the same time raise money for our charitable causes, Alzheimer’s Society Cymru and the FCN. Over the last eight years for example our Caernarfonshire breakfasts alone have raised over £40,000 and last year we raised the equivalent of a year’s farm income (£13,000). All of us are looking for yet another good turnout in January. It’s fair to say that a healthy start is not just good for a healthy heart but also for a healthy mind.”

The FUW’s Farmhouse breakfast week also provides an opportunity to promote the quality premium local produce that farmers grow for us every day of the year, and throughout breakfast week the FUW will shine a spotlight on the importance of our rural economy.

“I hope many of you will be able to join us for breakfast. We want you to be a part of what we do, and share your thoughts and worries about the state of the industry, tell us your stories and help us to understand how we can help each other, and what better way to do that than round a table where we share great food and have a cup of tea,” added Glyn Roberts.

Breakfasts confirmed are listed on the right with location number – Contact your local county office for more details

Anglesey
Brecon & Radnor Carmarthen

Ceredigion

Denbigh & Flint Glamorgan

Caernarfon January 21 – Ty’n Hendre, Tal-y-bont, Bangor (No. 6) January 21 – Cefn Cae, Rowen, Conwy (No. 7)

January 23 – Coleg Glynllifon, Caernarfon (No. 5)
January 24 – Gwythrian, Uwchmynydd, Aberdaron (No. 2) January 25 – Dylasau Uchaf, Padog, Betws y Coed (No. 8) January 25 – Mart Bryncir, Bryncir (No. 4)
January 26 – Crugan Farm, Llanbedrog (No. 3)

Meirionnydd January 22 – Tŷ Mawr, Carrog, Corwen (No. 9) January 24 – Canolfan Pennal, Machynlleth (No. 13)

January 25 – Fedw Arian Uchaf, Y Bala (No. 10) January 26 – Bryn Uchaf, Dinas Mawddwy (No. 11)

Montgomeryshire January 21 – Bwyty Maengwyn, Machynlleth (No. 14) January 25 – Plas Du, Llanrheader Ym Mochnant (No. 12)

Pembrokeshire January 22 – Hermon Hall, Hermon (No. 18) January 25 – Crundale Hall, Crundale (No. 19)

January 25 – Anglesey Showground (No. 1) January 25 – FUW pavilion (No. 22)

January 24 – Llanddeusant village hall (No. 21) January 25 – Llanarthney village hall (No. 20)

January 22 – Emlyn Caffi, Tanygroes (No. 16)
Janaury 23 – Felinfach Memorial Hall, Felinfach (No. 17) January 25 – Penrhyncoch Hall (No. 15)

TBC
January 21 – Cwm Farm Shop, Treorchy (No. 23)

January 25 – Town Hall, Cowbridge (No. 24)

January 22 – Trevine Farm, Treadam (No. 26)
Joint with Glamorgan January 24 – Nelson RFC, Nelson, Caerphilly (No. 27)

January 25 – Ty Oakley Farm, Hafodyrynys (No.

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