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Talgarth Mill Race 2019

Our annual Mill Race got off to an amazing start on Sunday May 12th. 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.


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.


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!


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.



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. 


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. 


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! 


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