Royal Welsh Virtual Show - Day 4
Welcome to our highlights for the final day of the Royal Welsh Virtual Show! See below for our highlights, and be sure to check out the closing ceremony at the end of the day.
9:00am - Mother and Daughter: Eurgain Jones and Eiddwen Hughes
A Session questioning a Mother and Daughter – Eurgain Jones and Eiddwen Hughes. Eurgain’s tells her story of running a farm and her daughter Eiddwen’s talks of her success in the world of horses.
12:30pm - Mental Health - how are you doing?
The FUW made a commitment at the Royal Welsh Show in 2017 to keep the spotlight on mental health issues for as long as it remains a problem in our rural communities. Approaching the fifth year of raising awareness FUW asks - how are you doing? Together with the leading farming charities in Wales FUW takes a look at what has changed, how far we have come and what issues still remain.
Kate Miles - DPJ Foundation / Sefydliad DPJ
Linda Jones - RABI
Wyn Jones - Tir Dewi
Mark Thomas - Farming Community Network / Rhwydwaith Cymuned Ffemio
Emyr Wyn Davies - FUW / UAC
3pm - All-Party Group For Hospitality, Major Events and Food & Drink Businesses
The All Party Parliamentary Hospitality Group works in association with the hospitality industry’s representatives in Wales, to inform on issues, promote employment and skills growth, help with reserved issues and celebrate the work, premium products and offers of the industry. The group chaired by Jessica Morden MP and facilitated by Dave Chapman Executive Director UK Hospitality (Wales) will meet during the Virtual Show where a panel including the following will discuss issues particularly relating to the event sector, which continues to be one of the worst affected by the Covid 19 pandemic.
Ian Edwards – Chief Executive, Celtic Manor Resort /Prif W eithredwr, Gwesty’r Celtic Manor
Steve Hughson – Chief Executive, Royal Welsh Agricultural Society / Prif Weithredwr, Cymdeithas Amaethyddol Frenhinol Cymru
Ben Newby - Tramshed, Cardiff / Tramshed, Caerdydd