WWOOF UK at the Royal Welsh Agricultural Show!

Jun 1, 2015

Here’s a few pictures of the WWOOF UK stall at the Royal Welsh Agricultural Spring Show on 16th and 17th May 2015. We had a stall in the Sustainable Living exhibition.

The stall was run by Tanyfron Housing co-op – a host based in Meifod, Powys. Ros Mortis and her fellow co-oppers gave up their time and put a lot of effort into making the stall look so good – we are really grateful to them.

They also gave a talk on WWOOFing to a small audience as part of an organised programme in the Organic Centre Wales Dome.

The event worked out really well and we are hoping we’ll be invited back next year!

For more details of other events we’ll be at, click here.

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