CLA Cymru - Member Profiles

An introduction to some of the dynamic and diverse businesses that make up the membership of the CLA in Wales.

Welsh notices

  • Ceredwen Centre, Llandysul, Carmarthenshire
    24 October 2017

    The Ceridwen Centre, in Llandysul, provides a unique holiday, wedding and retreat experience, centred around their green ethos of sustainable and organic living

  • Trewythen Lodges, Llandinam, Powys
    10 October 2017

                          Since 2007, this business has evolved from a traditional farm with modest involvement in hospitality into a development of 7 luxury holiday...

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  • Pant Mawr Farm, Meifod, Powys
    10 October 2017

    Peter, Brenda and their two daughters farm 200 acres in mid Wales (with additional rented ground), on which they keep 400 breeding ewes and 55 suckler-cows.

  • Maelor Nurseries,Wrexham
    10 October 2017

    One of the UK’s largest and leading volume producers of trees, both deciduous and coniferous, Maelor Forest Nurseries is a privately owned business which annually...

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  • The Rhug Estate, Corwen
    10 October 2017

    The Rhug has a strong commercial brand, an inviting shop – a cornucopia of high quality and often unique produce, appealing to the visitor and calling on them to make...

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  • Bettws Hall, Bettws Cedewain, Newtown
    10 October 2017

    A business which sets 8 million pheasant and partridge eggs to be hatched and chicks reared for the commercial shooting sector, this is Europe’s largest hatchery of...

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  • Novalux Energy Design
    10 October 2017

    Novalux Energy design and install bespoke renewable energy solutions including ORC,
    Solar and Biomass

  • Red Kite Solicitors
    21 April 2017

    Based in West and South Wales, Red Kite solicitors provide expert guidance in virtually every aspect of the law.

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