Foodies bring festive spirit to Abergavenny

Stalls at the Market Hall, Abergavenny

Crowds brought a foodie festive spirit to Abergavenny today at the town’s Christmas food and drink fair.

Thousands of people visited stalls across the town, buying charcuterie, cheeses, beers, wines, cakes, breads, vegetarian pies, fruit juices, preserves, and store cupboard delights like cold pressed rapeseed oil and fruit vinegars.

Rupert Parsons of Wormersley Fruit and Herb Vinegars Ltd, based in Chipping Norton, has been bringing his goods to the festival for the past five years.

In the Market Hall, he said: “We come to both the September and December festivals in Abergavenny, and this event has a really festive spirit. The weather has meant there have been fewer people this year, but the first two hours were buzzing in the Market Hall.

“It’s great to see people, and I just love coming here.”

Legges of Bromyard sold almost 800 pies at their stall. Their game pies proved most popular, quickly selling out.

Kody Bergstrom said: “The first few hours were crazy. There’s a great festive feeling.”

Their Old Boy pork pies were also proving popular, alongside their pork and venison, steak and cheddar, pork, perry, pear and nettle, and chicken, apple and paprika pies.

Cheese board at the Market Hall

David Deaves of La Cave à Fromage brought around 150 cheeses to his stall. His firm, which has outlets in London and Brighton, sources its products from small, independent cheesemakers, and fairs like Abergavenny are a fantastic showcase for their products.

Mr Deaves said: “We go to a number of food fairs, cheese and chocolate fairs, and we run our own cheese festival every year. Next year it will be on April 9. That’s a chance for our producers to meet and share their products.

“This is my first Christmas event in Abergavenny, and it’s been very good.”

Buster Grant of Brecon Brewing

Buster Grant of Brecon Brewing was manning his stall in the Market Hall.

“We’ve brought six bottled beers and eight on draught,” he said.

“It’s been a success, and a good showcase for our beers which we supply to pubs throughout Wales.”

The Brecon brewery has been operating for the past four and a half years, and in January the brewery is opening a bar and bottle shop in the town, Brecon Tap.

“It’s very exciting,” Mr Grant told visitors.

James Swift of Monmouthshire’s Trealy Farm Charcuterie praised the food knowledge of visitors to the fair.

“People who come here are interested in cooking,” he said.

“In other places, we find people are more interested in street food, for example. Food which is already pre-prepared. While there’s a place for that, it’s refreshing to be in a place where people are looking to buy produce for cooking.

“It’s also very local to us, so it’s lovely to see people and chat with them here. It’s a great event for primary producers like us.”



WATCH: Cocktail recipes perfect for the party season


It’s the party season, so here are a few recipes for cocktails to impress your friends and family this Christmas.

A classic Old Fashioned:

A Vesper Martini good enough for James Bond:

A Sicilian Etna Spritz:

A Moscow Mule with kick:

A champagne cocktail with cognac:






WATCH: Try out these recipes for Christmas bakes

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas – so here are some of our favourite festive video bakes to inspire your yuletide table.

Make your own Christmas cottage cake:

Spice up your festive season with cinnamon rolls:

Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without a yule log:

Here’s a recipe for Christmas cup cakes:

And why not try out some Slovakian Christmas gingerbread?:

Have a merry veggie Christmas with these recipes

Vegan Christmas pie

Here are some mouth-watering Christmas recipes for veggies or the veggie in your life.

Try out this recipe for a vegan Christmas pie from The Vegetarian Society – this should fit in with the other Christmas trimmings and feed between six and eight people.

Watch the video recipe here:

Try serving it with roasted garlic lemon broccoli from allrecipes UK – watch the video recipe here:


The Vegetarian Society also has a recipe for a Christmas sauce which is also gluten-free.

Try out the society’s Christmas pudding trifles as a sweet treat.

The society has a Christmas toffee pudding recipe too.

And this exotic Christmas pud serves eight.

Exotic Christmas pud


Nine ways to make your Christmas a Welsh feast


This Christmas, why not support Welsh food producers? Here are nine ways you can make your festive essentials Welsh.


Graig Farm in Mochdre produces organic Christmas turkeys from £47.80.

The farm in Montgomeryshire has been in the same family since the 1940s. Jonathan Rees, the proprietor of Graig Farm Organics, has lived there all of his life.   His parents still play an active role, and his wife Sally and three young sons, Maldwyn, Max and Archie, are also involved.

In 1999 the family achieved their ambition to farm organically.   They take watch their lambs and cattle graze on lush pastures full of grasses, clovers and herbs, and the pigs forage in the woods.

In 2002, a purpose built cutting plant was erected on the farm and the family began supplying some of the best restaurants in the country.  The Dorchester in London was one of their first major clients.


What better than a potato called Rudolph for your Christmas dinner?

Puffin Produce Ltd, which is majority owned by a group of farmers in Pembrokeshire, is supplied by a farmers in Pembrokeshire and the Wye Valley, grow the red-skinned variety alongside Maris Peer Pembrokeshire Earlies and Estima Bakers. They created the Blas y Tir brand which can now be found in major supermarkets across Wales.

See a list of the growers here

Mince pies

The Welsh Hills Bakery in Hirwaun makes gluten-free cakes and pies – perfect for any festive visitor.

The firm charges £2.53 for a box of four luxury mince pies.

Welsh Hills Bakery, an established bakery for nearly 60 years, started making gluten free cakes and short crust pastry pies in 2001 and was the first to supply two of the UK major supermarket chains with their own brand of gluten free products.

In 2008, they launched their own brand of gluten-free products named Lovemore Free From Foods which now includes a range of shortbreads and cookies, along with traditional apple pies and cherry Bakewells, fruit slab cakes and iced cakes along with mince pies.

All Lovemore products are approved by the Coeliac Society.


Christmas pudding

You could try a Christmas pudding from the Siwgr a Sbeis Bakery in Llanrwst, for between £4 and £12.

The bakery has been a resounding success since it was started in 1989 by two school friends, Rhian Williams and Rhian Owen. It produces an extensive range of cakes (Victoria sponge, coffee cake, carrot cake), muffins, scones, mince pies, flapjacks, fruit cake and Christmas pudding as well as savoury quiches and salads.

Not a fan of Christmas pud? The bakery also makes a speciality called Quiche Eryri, the principal ingredient of which is Snowdonia Cheese and Toffoc Crunch (vodka liqueur). The recipe uses the Welsh vodka liqueur with a crumb base to create a cheesecake-style dessert.

Brussels sprouts

Try out the sprouts from Whitebrook Organic Growers, based at Llanvaches near Newport, Gwent.

They say there are no pesticides, herbicides, or insecticides used on their produce and all plant and chicken feed used is organic and GM free.

Catch them at Usk Farmers’ Market on December 5 and December 19.


Sample some of the wines from White Castle Vineyard, Abergavenny, for your table this festive season.

Their 2014 Rondo, a rich, full-bodied red, is £19.50 a bottle, and their sparkling rose is £23 a bottle.

The vineyard’s Gwin gwyn 2014, a dry delicate white wine made from a selected blend of Phoenix and Siegerrebe grape varieties, is £15 a bottle.


Tuck into something sweet from the Wickedly Welsh Chocolate Company which produces handmade chocolates from its base on the outskirts of Haverfordwest. The company is run by couple Mark and Karen Owen.

The “Decadent Selection” of 48 handmade chocolates costs £35.99.


Fill your platter with cheeses from Pant Mawr Farmhouse Cheeses. The business was established in 1983 when the Jennings family returned to Wales from the Middle East where they had been involved in setting up some of the first commercial dairy enterprises in Libya and North Yemen.

The family business is run by David, Cynthia and Jason Jennings at their small traditional hill farm in the foothills of the Preseli Mountains at Rosebush, Pembrokeshire.

All their cheese is suitable for vegetarians as they use vegetarian rennet.

Their gold Christmas hamper is £38.25 and includes 1.6kg of all seven of their cheeses, guest cheese Welsh Perl Las, a jar of chutney, mustard, Welsh cakes butter, and shortbread.


Condessa based at Holyhead, Anglesey, has been making the Welsh liqueurs for over 40 years. The firm’s range includes fruit to cream liqueurs, cocktail recipes and liqueur gift boxes.

Its Original Welsh Cream is £14.65 for 50cl, while its Welsh sloe gin is £15.46 per 50cl bottle.



Food firms to tempt visitors to Cardiff Christmas Market’s 190 stalls

Thousands are expected to shop at Cardiff Christmas Market

Cardiff’s Christmas Market opens tomorrow – and a number of its stalls offer food and drink treats for your festive shopping.

The market, organised by Craft Folk, will be held at St John Street, Working Street, The Hayes, Hills Street and Trinity Street
Trading Hours – Thursday November 12 (first day) 10am to 8pm. Then – 10am to 5.30pm Monday to Saturday, 10am to 5pm Sunday and 10am to 7pm every Thursday in December. Wednesday December 23 ( last day) 10am to 4pm.

Visitors can commission personalised gifts, sample the food and drink on offer or enjoy a glass of mulled wine to keep warm while browsing. There is a selection of whisky, wines, fruit and cream liqueurs, cheese, hot welsh cakes, roasted nuts, chocolate brownies and delicious hand-made chocolates.

Food exhibitors include Delicia Cakes and Teas, gourmet vegan pies from Mr Nice Pie, spicy products from The Wiltshire Chilli Farm, Severn Ciders Ltd, Brynmawr artisan preserves producer Miss Daisy’s Kitchen, Nutty But Nice selling hot, roasted nuts, Field Bar Wine, and Fudge Philosophy.

Craft Folk says: “This year, we have an extensive rolling programme of over 190 individual businesses selling a wide variety of diverse arts and crafts interspersed with seasonal food and drink.”


Name Trading Name/Website Products Trading Dates
Harriett Addyman The Metal Press Plants and shells cast in pewter and silver as ornaments and jewellery 6 Dec to 12 Dec
Zoe Badger Honey Bee Handmade modern rag dolls, foxes and other soft toys 12 Nov to 16 Nov and 6 Dec to 12 Dec
Mike Baillon Rustic Reindeer Rustic reindeers, snowmen, owls and penguins of all shapes and sizes 12 Nov to 23 Dec
Anne Baker Miss Daisy’s Kitchen Seasonal artisan jams, chutneys, pickles and honey made with vintage recipes 17 Nov to 21 Nov
Phil Baker Reflective Images Black and white prints of Welsh towns dating from 1890 12 Nov to 23 Dec
Tracey Baker Tracey Baker Ceramics All things ceramic from sheep to cats to bowls and Christmas decorations 12 Nov to 16 Nov
Ruth Angharad Banks Angharad Banks A wide range of textiles for the home 12 Nov to 28 Nov and 17 Dec to 23 Dec
Jennie Barton Glassworks Design Fused and stained glass 22 Nov to 5 Dec
Beacons Creative Beacons Creative Wales Ltd Scented candles, firelights, organic soap and skincare products 12 Nov to 23 Dec
Noa and Geffen Blok NOA Jewellery Jewellery 12 Nov to 23 Dec
Alexana Blott Alexana Blott Sculpture Animal sculptures made from welded stainless steel cutlery 17 Nov to 21 Nov
Dean Bolt Dean Bolt Handthrown and hand built traditional and contemporary ceramics 12 Nov to 23 Dec
Cally Bowen Calleesy Jewellery and Gifts Handmade jewellery and gifts 29 Nov to 5 Dec
Roberta Brown Bobbi – Handmade Children’s Clothes Reversible children’s clothing 12 Nov to 16 Nov
Patricia Bullen-Whatling Pat Bullen-Whatling Gallery Original artwork and prints 22 Nov to 28 Nov
John Bullock Jormae Pourri Dried fruit decorations, wreaths, oils and candles 12 Nov to 23 Dec
Sarah Bunton Sarah Bunton Chocolates Delicious chocolates and luxury fudge 29 Nov to 23 Dec
Catherine Cains Cath’s Twisted Strings Arm knitted infinity scarves and lino cut prints 12 Nov to 16 Nov and 13 Dec to 17 Dec
Mike Cole Tangled Web Silver, copper and enamelled jewellery and unique ironwork 12 Nov to 23 Dec
Andrew Coslett Andrew Coslett – Fine Art Original artwork, limited edition prints and greetings cards 22 Nov to 28 Nov
Mark Daniel Cambrian Mill Woollen blankets, scarves, fabric and accessories 12 Nov to 23 Dec
David Davies Nutty But Nice Hot roasted nuts 12 Nov to 23 Dec
Karen Davies Purple Shoots A selection of artists and crafts people supported by Purple Shoots 12 Nov to 21 Nov
Rhys Davies Mexichim Mexican Chimeneas and cooking accessories. Recycled metal animals for the garden. 12 Nov to 23 Dec
Sian Davies Sian Davies Handmade ceramics and small textiles with ceramic elements 12 Nov to 28 Nov
Nicola Day Land of Make Believe Handcrafted wooden gifts 12 Nov to 23 Dec
Natalie Dennis Bootys Loote Textiles, artwork and greetings cards 22 Nov to 28 Nov
Alex Duck Upton Cheyney Chilli Co Ltd All things chilli: sauces, chocolates, fudge, ciders and beers and chilli growing kits. 12 Nov to 23 Dec
Chris Duggan Jackdaw Trading Ltd Handmade lanterns for the home and garden 12 Nov to 23 Dec
Richard Dunstone Wooden and acrylic hanging ornaments, bookends and wooden wine boxes 17 Nov to 21 Nov and 13 Dec to 17 Dec
Leanne East Leanne East Illustrator and Designer Original artwork and prints. Art wooden panels 12 Nov to 16 Nov
Alice Eaton Field Bar Wine Homemade award winning fruit and flower wines 12 Nov to 23 Dec
Trudy Ebsworth-Espie Ebsworth Pots Domestic and garden ware hand thrown pottery 29 Nov to 12 Dec
Philippa Edmunds Fairydoorz All things fairy related from fairy doors to fairy dust and tooth chests 29 Nov to 5 Dec
Sarah Elam-Eager Sara & Heart Hand made jewellery. Vintage textiles made into soft furnishings. Artwork. Textile Fauxdermy and Christmas Cards 12 Nov to 23 Dec
Lynne Eller Barafundle Personalised story Cds 17 Nov to 21 Nov
Deborah Ellis Delicia Cakes & Teas Christmas cakes, puddings, loaf cakes and loose leaf teas from around the world 12 Nov to 23 Dec
Victoria Ellis The Mucky Cow Luxury Handmade Soaps Natural handmade soaps, bath bombs and oils 6 Dec to 12 Dec
Hilary Falls Inspirational Fabrics Original textile items in designer fabrics, soft toys and baby quilts 6 Dec to 12 Dec
Pablo Fernandez Churros Ole Authentic Spanish Churros with hot dipping sauce, custard and ice cream 12 Nov to 23 Dec
Hannah Fitt The SAFE Foundation Banana leaf and wicker work from Uganda and beadwork from India sold in support of the charity 12 Nov to 13 Nov
Nadene Fletcher Fired Design Fused and stained glass pendants and soldered vases 22 Nov to 28 Nov
Lee and Julie Ford By Olive Personalised jute and cotton bags and button artwork 29 Nov to 23 Dec
Wanda Freeman Hungry Dragons Gluten free Christmas cakes, puddings, mince pies, cookies and other speciality cakes.  Sugar free jams. Gift boxes. 29 Nov to 5 Dec
Stephen Gee Direct Beers Bottled beer with attitude 6 Dec to 23 Dec
Gareth Giddings Celtic Seren Pewter work: lovespoons, clocks and figurines and lots more 12 Nov to 23 Dec
Bo Grant The Shake Co Ltd Milkshakes and smoothies with homebaked seasonal goods 17 Nov to 21 Nov
Alistair Guthrie Crepe Escape Delicious sweet and savoury crepes made with local ingredients 17 Dec to 23 Dec
Paula van Haarlem Avalon Handmade semi precious stone jewellery 22 Nov to 28 Nov
Emyr Harris Mr Nice Pie Gourmet vegan pies 18 Dec to 23 Dec
Amanda Hartley Hofficraft Illustrated prints, fimo Christmas decorations, cards and cushion covers 13 Dec to 17 Dec
Sarah Hatton Hatton Willow Willow baskets, sculptures and hurdles 22 Nov to 28 Nov
Timmy Hutcheon Jewellery Basics Wales Hand crafted beaded, wire and fimo jewellery, bracelets and accessories 17 Nov to 21 Nov
Victoria Isaac Little Bit Different Vintage china jewellery, cake stands 13 Dec to 17 Dec
Rachel Irwin Glassybits Fused glass and fine silver jewellery and art glass panels on a coast theme 22 Nov to 28 Nov and 13 Dec to 23 Dec
Sian James Fun & Funky Stuff Handpainted wooden boxes, coasters, blocks and signs 12 Nov to 16 Nov and 6 Dec to 12 Dec
Enfys Jenkins Retro Aprons Cushions, aprons and other textiles all made from remnants and recycled products 29 Nov to 5 Dec
Jack and Tom Jennings Troyan Pottery Handmade authentic Bulgarian pottery for the home 6 Dec to 23 Dec
Chris Jones Corgi Hosiery Socks, hats and gloves for all the family and cashmere wraps 22 Nov to 28 Nov
Matthew Jones ‘Ave A Go Ceramics Handmade ceramic table and functional ware. You can even throw a pot too! 12 Nov to 23 Dec
Sue Jones Littleheartfelt Children’s dresses, swim bags, hair accessories and baby blankets. 12 Nov to 28 Nov and 6 Dec to 12 Dec
Chen Jian Jian Chen’s Fine Art Framed and mounted original watercolours and prints 12 Nov to 23 Dec
Steve John Bang Bang Art Original artwork and prints. 12 Nov to 23 Dec
Daniel Jones Welsh Slate Welsh slate for the home and garden 12 Nov to 23 Dec
Ceri Lambert Ceri Lambert Designs Button and badge collages. 13 Dec to 17 Dec
Kate Lewis Kate Lewis Jewellery Design Contemporary silver and gold jewellery from the Gower 6 Dec to 12 Dec
Mark Lewis Mark Lewis Photography Mounted landscapes and wildlife photographic prints 6 Dec to 23 Dec
Rachel Limbrick Jamie-Erin Handcrafted Gifts Wooden plaques and scrabble frames and driftwood trees 29 Nov to 5 Dec
Gareth Lloyd Lloyd Ceramics A range of abstract, hand pierced ceramic lamps 12 Nov to 23 Dec
Laura Mackinnon Snowdonia Cheese Co Ltd A wide range of cheeses made in Wales 12 Nov to 23 Dec
Bryan Mapstone Llanmead Crafts Wooden fretwork in Welsh: hearts, words, wedding gifts, lovespoons and more 12 Nov to 23 Dec
Laura Matson-Thomas Koko Kitchen Ltd Chocolate brownies 12 Nov to 16 Nov
Stewart Maxwell Shokolat Novelty chocolate gifts 29 Nov to 23 Dec
Michelle Merrill RSPB Cymru Learn about the great work the RSPB do to conserve nature, and how you can help. 12 Nov to 16 Nov and 18 Dec to 23 Dec
Sally Mitchell Sockadoo Original soft toys hand made from socks 12 Nov to 23 Dec
Beth Morgan-Jones Ewemoo All things animal from foot rests to bunting and much much more 12 Nov to 23 Dec
Lisa Morgan Andorinha Individually hand died silk scarves 17 Nov to 21 Nov
Mandy Morgan Garth Mountain Silver Handmade solid silver jewellery 18 Dec to 23 Dec
Meinir Morgan Gyda Chariad Gifts Vintage Welsh blanket cushions and bunting 29 Nov to 5 Dec
Paul Morgan Uneek Workshop Original wooden products; bowls, vases, candle sticks, picture frames, signs and wooden hearts 12 Nov to 23 Dec
Simon Morgan The Wiltshire Chilli Farm Tasty chilli sauces, jam, chocolate, salt, pepper and oils. Dried and fresh chillies too and plants so that you can grow your own 12 Nov to 23 Dec
Laura and Andrew Morris Personalised Christmas Log Reindeers Wooden reindeers, snowmen and penguins 22 Nov to 17 Dec
Jen Mossemenear Twinkling Moo’s Hand crafted welsh wooden signs, plaques, Christmas decorations and gifts 6 Dec to 17 Dec
Suzette Mugliston The Quilted Pear Lap quilts, wall hangings, table runners, tea cosies and quillows 13 Dec to 17 Dec
Sally-Anne Nelson Condessa Welsh Liqueurs A wide selection of liqueurs, poteen and aged Celtic whiskey 12 Nov to 23 Dec
Tommy O’Rourke Rainbow Glass Creations Dichroic glass jewellery, tiffany and stained glass 12 Nov to 23 Dec
Gemma Owen Fabrikk Design Wrapping paper and gift tags plus cards and calendars 17 Nov to 21 Nov
Anna Palamar Anna Palamar Designs Screen printed cushions, free hand embroidered work 22 Nov to 28 Nov
Annie Pariyar Jalimali Events Hats, bags, scarves, clothing and knitwear all made by hand by their co-operative in Nepal 6 Dec to 23 Dec
Roy Peckham The Pit Pony Sanctuary Hand painted horseshoes, Christmas cushions and other gifts sold in aid of this charity 15 Nov to 21 Nov
Andrea Perkins Our Crafty Cwtch Personalised wooden plaques, hearts, trinket boxes and photo frames 12 Nov to 23 Dec
Trudi Petersen Pearls Dream Candles and Ferric Fusion Ironwork Candles and hand forged ironwork 13 Dec to 23 Dec
John Richard Phillips Bethan John Silver and gemstone jewellery. Fused glass work; bowls, platters, plaques and light fittings 12 Nov to 23 Dec
Emma Sian Pritchard Memosa Art Original artwork on canvas and in frames 12 Nov to 23 Dec
Heidi Radbone Liquorice All things felt: handbags, soaps, scarves, brooches to name just a few 12 Nov to 23 Dec
Rachel Rasmussen Rachel Rasmussen Artwork and sculptures inspired from her paintings 12 Nov to 16 Nov
Rhian Rees Material Girl Textiles: cushions, draught excluders, door stops and more 12 Nov to 16 Nov and 6 Dec to 12 Dec
Anwen Roberts Draenog Cards, prints, mugs and coasters all with a Welsh theme 17 Nov to 21 Nov
Rhiannon Roberts Rhiannon Art Original artwork framed and as place mats, coasters, glass cutting boards 12 Nov to 23 Dec
Victoria Rogers The Cardiff Story A variety of gifts sold in support of The Cardiff Story 29 Nov to 23 Dec
Geraint Sage and Grainne Nash Aromawakening Organic skincare products for all skin types 13 Dec to 23 Dec
Chris Saltmarshe Through Welsh Eyes Photographic images on canvas, blocks and frames 13 Dec to 23 Dec
Tony Seddon Rustique Rustic home and garden sundries, handmade and reclaimed lamps 12 Nov to 23 Dec
Claire Seely Claire Seely Glass Design Traditional handmade leaded glass work 6 Dec to 17 Dec
Greg Shearman Chock Shop Mouth watering chocolate brownies smothered in hot chocolate sauce 12 Nov to 23 Dec
Karen Shellam Fresh as a Daisy Delicious hot welshcakes and Welsh buttered Bara Brith 12 Nov to 28 Nov
Victoria Shepherd Signs of the Sea Painted wooden plaques, driftwood hangings, mirrors and trees 22 Nov to 28 Nov
Neal Shipp Celtic Country Wines Fruit wines and liqueurs.  Mulled wine by the glass – it is delicious! 12 Nov to 23 Dec
Severn Cider Severn Cider Ltd Award winning ciders and perrys to take home and enjoy. 12 Nov to 23 Dec
Matt Smith The New Theatre Publicising tickets for their forthcoming New Theatre and St David’s Hall shows 14 November
Joy Sowden and Adrian Wilson Coinwear Old British and foreign coins made in a variety of gifts including cuff links, pendants and earrings. 12 Nov to 23 Dec
Daniel Stallard Daniel Stallard Artist Colourful images inspired by nature. 12 Nov to 16 Nov
Jeremy Thomas Jeremy Thomas Atmospheric framed artwork 13 Dec to 23 Dec
Marc Thomas Cartref a Gardd Fragrant candles in containers and reed diffusers 13 Dec to 23 Dec
Margaret Thomas Lili Wen Designs Hand made jewellery 29 Nov to 12 Dec
Megan Thomas Pretty Little Sewing Box Personalised Christmas stockings and decorations 12 Nov to 16 Nov
Sharon Thomas Belisama Candles Candles, wax melts and wooden wick jars 22 Nov to 28 Nov
Penny and Ian Thyer Leatherwise Ltd Handmade leather goods and accessories 23 Nov to 12 Dec
Martin Todd Beverly Todd – Glass Artist Glass art as pictures, sun catchers, coasters and dishes 12 Nov to 22 Nov
Amanda Treverrow Wire Art and Jewellery Delights Wire and hand forged art for the home and jewellery 29 Nov to 5 Dec
Rhys Watkins Crafty Devil Brewing Ltd A selection of craft beers brewed in Cardiff 12 Nov to 23 Dec
Phillip Watts Tirglas Crafts Wooden candle holders, driftwood decorations and lamps 29 Nov to 5 Dec
Katy Webster Miri Screen prints, textiles and illustrated jewellery 18 Dec to 23 Dec
Sara Wevill Sara Grace Wevill Ceramics Functional and decorative pottery and hand made beads 17 Nov to 21 Nov
Amanda Whitfield Fudge Philosophy Homemade fudge, meringues and chocolate bars 18 Dec to 23 Dec
Vivienne Wigmore Kalso-design Handmade jewellery and accessories 22 Nov to 28 Nov
Byron Williams CheekyBucket UK Fine art prints for all ages 12 Nov to 21 Nov, 29 Nov to 5 Dec and 18 Dec to 23 Dec
Jeremy Williams Herbs on the Hill Events A wide range of soaps, incense, massage oils and creams 12 Nov to 23 Dec
Jill Williams Fat Mamma’s Caribbean Patties Tasty Jamaican patties 12 November to 23 December
Julian Williams Natures Best Designs Luxury wooden homes for our winged and prickly friends 13 Dec to 23 Dec
Sara Llewelyn Williams Perl Jewellery made from cutlery. Silver and copper plated jewellery 29 Nov to 5 Dec
Jacqui Willmott JaxBee Crafts Handmade textile animal doorstops, birds, JaxBee dolls, quilts, lavender hearts, owls, seahorses and birds 12 Nov to 12 Dec
Hoppi Wimbush Flower Power Organics – Artisan Skincare Face and hand creams, lip balms and body butters 13 Dec to 23 Dec
Simon Winchester and Tahsin Zatman Win-Man Designs Origami Christmas cards, paper bonsai plants. Christmas decorations and paper wreaths 18 Dec to 23 Dec
David and Lucy Wittig Gift of Glass Handcrafted ornamental glassware with daily demonstrations 12 Nov to 21 Nov
Peter and Esther Wong Artbless Original artwork and hand designed jewellery 12 Nov to 23 Dec
Adrian Wood and Tanya Williams Crafty Gift Shop 3D box frame art, kit form lanterns, artwork and greetings cards 6 Dec to 12 Dec
Saifon Yoothapong Designer Florist Handmade flowers, candles and clay ornaments 12 Nov to 23 Dec
Business Wales
Sali Barter The Welsh Chocolate Experience Chocolate bars, lollipops and truffles. Hot chocolate stirrers. 12 Nov to 16 Nov
Stephen and Alison Birch Skalis Beith Recycled glass bottles, lamps, bowls, goblets, coasters, jewellery and beads 12 Nov to 16 Nov
Bo Grant The Shake Co Ltd Milkshakes and smoothies with homebaked seasonal goods 12 Nov to 16 Nov
Pamela Gresty Cwrtau Bach Deli Foods Company Fresh and preserved foods inspired by flavours across the globe 12 Nov to 16 Nov
Jan Tucker Fair Do’s Fair Trade gifts 12 Nov to 16 Nov
Rebecca Gunn Inch Blue Baby shoes and baby gro gift sets 17 Nov to 21 Nov
Cristyn Harris Little Bobbin House Lampshades, bunting, table runners and roll out beds 17 Nov to 21 Nov
Louise Smith Louise Smith Illustration Original drawings, paintings and small sculptural pieces 17 Nov to 21 Nov
Cherie Thomas Sew Unique Fleece children’s clothing and accessories 17 Nov to 21 Nov
Arielle Tye ProMo-Cymru/The Abacus Gifts sold in support of their charity 17 Nov to 21 Nov
David Griffiiths Teganau Tegid Toys Traditional wooden toys for children 22 Nov to 26 Nov
Yvette Herbert Glitzy Glasses and Jewellery Glittered glassware: vases, glasses, candles and jewellery 22 Nov to 26 Nov
Lisa Rees Contempo Catering Glamorgan sausages, seaweed suet pudding and other vegetarian dishes and a range of bakewell slices 22 Nov to 26 Nov
Beverley Thomas Fruitastic Bouquets Ltd Marshmallows and fruit covered in chocolate 22 Nov to 26 Nov
Joanna Tomczyszyn Jo Art and Design Home decorations, decoupage, jewellery, Christmas decorations 22 Nov to 26 Nov
Alexis Hughes Strawbees Designs Button art frames 27 Nov to 1 Dec
Eileen Moore Drop In Centre Development Trust A selection of cakes and gifts sold in support of the Drop In Centre 27 Nov to 1 Dec
Mandy Morgan Garth Mountain Silver Handmade solid silver jewellery 27 Nov to 1 Dec
Huw Williams Cosmic Anvil Comic books and associated artwork 27 Nov to 1 Dec
Jo Ashburner Red Dragon Flagmakers All things knicker related never seen before 2 Dec to 5 Dec
Catherine Hoar Fragrant Times Handmade bath and body products 2 Dec to 5 Dec
Grug Jones Cwm Rhondda Ales Real ale 2 Dec to 5 Dec
Amy Sian Lewis Little Valley Stitch House Textiles: Christmas bunting, cushions, stockings, wreaths 2 Dec to 5 Dec