The perfect Welsh day

A LUCKY competition winner has won ‘the perfect Welsh Day’ as part of PGI Welsh Beef’s Slice of Heaven competition. The Welsh winner from Newtown, Mid Wales, has won a personal guided walking tour of the Brecon Beacons and an evening meal and overnight stay at the critically acclaimed Felin Fach Griffin. The prize was created following on from research conducted by PGI Welsh Beef that revealed the Welsh public’s idea of the perfect day ‐ a walk in the Brecon Beacons and a meal in a classic country pub. The research was conducted by PGI Welsh Beef to help launch its second #SliceOfHeaven campaign whereby fans would get to win the experience of a perfect Welsh day. The winner will enjoy a personal guided tour of the Brecon Beacons by mountaineering expert Kevin Walker who has been running navigation tours of the Welsh mountains for the last 38 years. Author of the popular guidebook ‘Undiscovered Wales’, Kevin celebrates hidden treasures and champions the forgotten history and heritage of Wales. Owner of Kevin Walker Mountain Activities Kevin said: “I have vast experience of tramping the Welsh hills and an undying passion for discovering the history, heritage, and hidden gems of this most scenic of countries. I am excited to share this special slice of heaven with the lucky winner.” After a day of exploring the scenic Welsh hills, the winner will spend the night at the award winning Felin Fach Griffin. The Griffin is currently the Good Pub Guide’s Dining Pub of the Year for Wales (for the sixth time in seven years) and is also the only holder of a Michelin Bib Gourmand (for good at reasonable prices) in Wales. Joint owner of the Felin Fach Griffin Edmund Inkin said: “We are lucky enough to be supported by some brilliant farmers and butchers in this area so it was a pleasure to be approached by PGI Welsh Beef to help create the perfect Welsh Day.”

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