Journal: The Farm

There are 19 posts in The Farm.

Posted by Graham on 05/08/19, in The Farm

Rhug Organic Turkey & Goose win Great Taste Awards

We are delighted to have won Great Taste 2019 Awards for its Dee Valley Bronze Organic turkey and its Dee Valley Organic Goose.

Posted by Graham on 25/07/19, in The Farm

Rhug Estate welcomes Cylch Meithrin & Ti a Fi Gwyddelwern to the Farm

Rhug Estate welcomed children, staff and parents from Cylch Meithrin and Ti a Fi Gwyddelwern to the farm recently. The group of 20 were excited to see all the different types of animals on the farm.

Posted by Graham on 23/07/19, in The Farm

Poultry Manager rewarded by Royal Welsh Society for 40 years’ service on the farm

Gareth Williams, Rhug Estate’s Poultry Manager, is celebrating a significant work anniversary this month having worked on the farm for 40 years. To commemorate the occasion Gareth has been awarded a Long Service Medal at the Royal Welsh Show yesterday.

Posted by Graham on 03/06/19, in Lord Newborough, The Farm

Top London Chefs set to visit & Tour Rhug Estate

Almost 40 top chefs and restaurateurs will leave their kitchens in London next week to come and visit Rhug Estate in Corwen, Denbighshire, to see where the organic meat they order comes from.

Posted by Graham on 30/04/19, in The Farm

Rhug Estate welcomes Corwen Day Nursery to the Farm

The Rhug Estate welcomed children and staff from Corwen Day Nursery, to the farm recently. The group of 15 children and staff were eager to learn about all the different types of animals on the farm.

Posted by Graham on 07/03/19, in The Farm

Rhug Estate welcomes Local School Pupils to the Farm

Rhug Estate welcomed pupils from Key Stage 2 at Ysgol Bro Elwern, Gwyddelwern, to the farm recently. The group of 27 children and staff were eager to learn about all the different types of animals on the farm.

Posted by Graham on 10/02/19, in The Farm

Rhug Estate welcomes Local High School Pupils to the Farm

The Rhug Estate welcomed a group of Year Seven pupils from Ysgol y Berwyn, Bala, recently. The group of ten children and staff visited Rhug Farm as part of the Lead Creative Schools Scheme which explores new and creative approaches to teaching and learning.

Posted by Graham on 19/11/18, in The Farm

Rhug Estate welcomes Local School Pupils to the Farm

The Rhug Estate welcomed pupils from years one and two at Ysgol y Gwernant, Llangollen, to the farm recently. The group of 38 children and four staff were eager to learn about all the different types of animals on the farm.

Whilst visiting the Rhug, the pupils aged between 5 and 7 years old, were given a tour of the farm by Gareth Jones, Rhug Farm Manager. On their way round the farm they got to see the farm’s turkeys, geese, bison, Aberdeen angus cows and chickens. The group completed their visit in the Rhug playground.