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Welcome to Talgarth Mill

A working watermill in the heart of the Brecon Beacons

Welcome to Talgarth Mill

A working watermill in the heart of the Brecon Beacons

Welcome to Talgarth Mill

A working watermill in the heart of the Brecon Beacons

Welcome to Talgarth Mill

A working watermill in the heart of the Brecon Beacons

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A restored watermill in the heart of the Brecon Beacons

Talgarth Mill

In the small market town of Talgarth, good, locally produced food is a top priority. In the very heart of the town is a community-run, water powered flour mill and traditional bakery. The Brecon Beacons National Park's only working watermill.

The history of the mill

Our Story

The only working watermill in the Brecon Beacons National Park, Talgarth Mill is a hub for producing award-winning food with strong local provenance and a focus on supporting the local community and the environment. Great Taste Awards for our flour, bread and bread kits, reflect our passion for quality and creativity. Visit us and enjoy a feast of baked goods and see flour produced by waterpower.

Read more about our watermill

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Taste the fruits of our labour

Cafe & Bakery

Whatever the weather, the view of the river Ennig running past our cafe windows, make our cafe the perfect spot for a real taste of Wales. The Bakers’ Table is open 6 days a week for light lunches, freshly baked cakes, bara brith and a full range of tea and coffee. We use local suppliers to provide the best in taste and quality and all food is prepared on site.

Sample Menu

Whats going on at the mill

Our Blog

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Talgarth Mill's annual 10 mile race was well attended again this year. Here are our full results
Talgarth Mill Race 2018

Our annual Mill Race got off to an amazing start on Sunday May 6th. We were blessed with glorious sunshine and a wonderful turn out of runners from far and wide. The competition was fierce and our runners were eager to start their ascent to the common.

12 May 2018

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Five Great Taste Awards show that our talented team at Talgarth Flour Mill in Wales have great skill and expertise in managing the milling process.
Our first lady miller!

Five Great Taste Awards show that our talented team of millers have great skill and expertise in managing the milling process from setting up the wheel, managing water flow, adjusting the stones, selecting the grain and monitoring the flour produced.

29 January 2018

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As a mill that uses water power, we welcome the rainy weather and it hasn’t deterred an active start to the year!
2018 - Here we go...

2018 is off to an active start at the Mill. As a mill that uses water power, we welcome the rainy weather. Goodness knows we seem to have had more than our fair share and the rivers have been high. However, it hasn’t deterred an active start to the year!

8 January 2018

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A New Year's Eve 'Pudding and Prosecco 5k at Talgarth Mill and The Bakers' Table tasing funds for the Drew Barker-Wright Charity
Keep on running....

What better way to end one year and start another than with a 5km night-time run, finishing with pudding and prosecco in The Bakers’ Table? 60 like-minded runners of all ages and abilities took part in our New Year’s Eve Pudding and Prosecco Run.

1 January 2018

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Running the Cardiff Half Marathon
#TeamDrewChordoma

On October 1st 2017 several of our staff and volunteers ran Cardiff Half Marathon as part of #TeamDrewChordoma, in memory of 4 year old Drew Barker-Wright, who died of an ultra rare cancer in February this year. 

12 October 2017

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4am Saturday morning is when I start the biggest bake of the week.
A baker’s life for me…….

4am Saturday morning is when I start the biggest bake of the week. Now, I know compared with bakers who work through the night, 4am might sound reasonable to some, but I have tried baking through the night a few times, and it''s a killer. 

4 May 2017

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Christmas and New year at Talgarth Mill
No two days......

I love the Mill; it’s so full of surprises. No two days are ever the same and invariably days don’t turn out the way I expect them to. I thought New Year’s Eve – a grey, wet day, would be quiet with no, or very few, visitors or volunteers. Wrong! 

2 January 2017

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Upcoming Events

Nov 18

Bread for Christmas

Cost £125 - 10am to 4pm

Make a selction of Christmas treats for the family.

Includes luch, tea/coffee and cake.

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Nov 28

Up-Cycled Christmas Crafts

Get Christmas Crafting

Cost £35. Includes all materials, lunch and refreshments.

10am to 3.30pm.

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Nov 29

Cuppa for Carers

Carers and 'cared for' very welcome.

In our granary room with free refreshments and cake.

Drop in from 2.30pm.

 

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Dec 1

Pizza Night

Sitting's from 5.30pm to 7.30pm.

With guest Italian chef David Nizi.

Take-away is also available.

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Dec 8

Pizza Night

Sitting's from 5.30pm to 7.30pm.

With guest Italian chef David Nizi.

Take-away is also available.

 

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Dec 16

Bread for Christmas

Cost £125 - 10am to 4pm

Make a selction of Christmas treats for the family.

Includes luch, tea/coffee and cake.

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Dec 31

Pudding & Prosecco Run

A gentle 5km fun run.

Enjoy a glass of Prosecco and a pudding on your return to the cafe.

Cost £5 - Start 6.30pm

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Jan 23

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Upcoming Events

Regular Pizza Evenings

All of our pizzas are made with a long fermented dough, and stone baked at very hot temperatures. Our homemade tomato sauce forms the basis of the topping, and we use Welsh cheeses (where possible), meats from Hay Charcuterie, salmon from Black Mountains Smokery and herbs from the Miller's Garden. Click here to see our menu.

Arts & Crafts

Arts & Crafts

Talgarth Mill Crafts sell a wide range of locally sourced crafts with a focus on imaginative hand made pieces that are unique and inspiring. Currently supporting over 38 local artists the shop showcases what an artistically diverse and richly talented area we are situated in.

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Proud to support local causes

The Drew Barker-Wright Charity

Talgarth Mill is a community interest company - which means for social rather than financial objectives, we are always pleased to support local causes close to our hearts.

The Drew Barker-Wright Charity was set up in memory of local boy Drew, who lost his life to Paediatric Chordoma; an ultra rare childhood cancer. Drew was only 4 years old when he lost his battle but, our mill was one of his favourite places, and we have many happy memories of his times here with us.

Talgarth Mill and The Bakers’ Table have hosted a range of charity events to help raise funds for DBW Charity and continue to support this worthy local cause.

Learn more about the charity and its aims

 

The Drew Barker-Wright Charity

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