The Eco Fair on Saturday 10th March is a new event but will hopefully pull in the same good numbers that attend the popular food fairs, fashion shows, craft fairs and music performances at our local, National Woollen Museum.
We’ll be hosting a ‘Welsh Green Weddings’ stand so whether you’re thinking of proposing this Wednesday or just love a good wedding, do come and say hello to see what we’re all about.
Next to us will be the local Energy and Housing Group offering advice on all things sustainable and ideas of ways to get involved.
Mark has just sent us pictures of the final installation of his sculpture that he spent 3 months making in our “big” barn
We had about 18 people on the tour and all had a great time going to the following places:-
Ceridwen Centre, Drefelin, nr Drefach Felindre
Examples of PV Panels 3.6kw and 2.3kw installations, Solar thermal 17kw and 3kw
installations, Wood Chip Biomass Boiler and woodburners with backboilers.
Mair’s Bakehouse, Pwll y Gaseg, Cwmduad
Off grid organic bakehouse with wood fired oven and wind turbine.
Tony Woodman, 1 Dangribyn, Cym Morgan,
Small scale 7kw Hydro scheme and 3D metal workshop (Tony made the drovers group in the new shopping centre
in Carmarthen and the Newwcastle Emlyn Dragon).
On Thursday 10th November, we went to the Carmarthenshire Tourism awards
ceremony at Stradey Park Hotel in Llanelli, where we were delighted to
receive the Silver award for Sustainable Tourism Business of the Year (for
Ceridwen) and Bronze award for Most Exciting New Business of the Year (for
Welsh Green Weddings).
A big 'thank you' to all visitors and wedding parties who supported us by
sending positive testimonials!
Congratulations to all the other Carmarthenshire Tourism award winners,
several of whom are also fellow members of the Teifi Valley Tourist
Association, and to everyone involved in Carmarthenshire tourism for
spreading the word about what makes this county such a fantastic holiday,
activity and wedding destination!