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Fresh raspberries ripe for the picking


Visitors to Chapter Arts Centre fill their pockets with fresh food each Wednesday, when local suppliers set up mini stalls to sell fresh produce to the community.

Between 4pm and 7pm, a handful of sellers fill Chapter’s entrance with their fresh pickings; from artisan bread to raspberries picked that day.

Gegin Fach, a home-baking company, sells Welsh cakes cooked on the spot using a baking stone, to deliver the true meaning of the Welsh name pice ar y maen (translating to ‘cakes on a bakestone’).

Steve Garrett from Get Ffresh!, an organic food supplier at the event, believes that Chapter is “The ideal location for selling locally sourced produce, with its ethos of quality over mass production”, because after all, “food is culture too”.

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