Huw Irranca-Davies MS recently joined with FUW for one of their Farmhouse Breakfasts in the Norwegian Church Arts Centre in Cardiff Bay.
The FUW’s Farmhouse breakfast week 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 Wales’ rural economy.
The Ogmore MS said: “The Farmhouse Breakfast is a great opportunity to see the quality food Wales produces and the best of Welsh farmers. The pride in what we do well in Wales, particularly around sustainable farming, animal rights, locally sourced food, is all evident at the farmhouse breakfasts”.
The Farmhouse Breakfast is also a good time to catch up with friends and colleagues and start the day on a positive note.
Glyn Roberts, FUW President said: “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 cause, the DPJ Foundation. It’s fair to say that a healthy start is not just good for a healthy heart but also for a healthy mind.”
“We have enjoyed an immensely successful farmhouse breakfast week and I thank everyone who has supported us and joined us for breakfast. It is vital that we keep talking to each other and that we share the load that often wears us down.”
Guto Bebb, the FUW’s Chief Executive, added: “Staff, elected officials and members of the Union have gone above and beyond the call of duty once again. Breakfast events across Wales were very well attended and as well as shining a spotlight on maintaining good mental health, also provided an excellent opportunity to speak to our politicians and discuss many of the important farming matters such as the Agriculture (Wales) Bill and the Sustainable Farming Scheme.”