AHNE Bryniau Clwyd / Clwydian Range AONB


Clwydian Range Food Trail

A quality landscape produces quality food. That’s the logic behind the launch of the Clwydian Range Food Trail.

It takes you through some of the most spectacular views in the Range, from Loggerheads through to Ruthin, Denbigh and beyond. Along the way you’ll meet producers of delicious foods, all using local ingredients wherever possible.

People like master chef Andreas Brunzel of Leonardo’s Delicatessen, whose chicken, leek and laverbread pie came out on top at the British Pie Awards.

Clwydian Range Food Trail

The aim, according to Chair of the Food Trail Group David Jones, is not just to encourage visitors to explore this beautiful and productive landscape. It’s to let residents know what’s on their doorstep. And to get local businesses trading with each other.

So when you spend the night in a hotel or B&B, you might find sausages from Rhesgoed Farm Shop on the breakfast menu. Or smoked fish from Old Forge Trout Farm in your packed lunch. And if you’re not driving, you could wash it down with a bottle of Rosies Triple D Cider, pressed, fermented and matured on a farm 1,000 feet above sea level.

CRFT logoThe Food Trail is raising awareness of the importance of farmers and producers in shaping one of the finest landscapes in Wales. That’s why it’s backed by the AONB through the Welsh Government’s Sustainable Development Fund.

Want to know more?

Clwydian Range Food Trail

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Clwydian Range Food Trail leaflet

Clwydian Range Food Trail leaflet



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