The story of our food...
One of the important elements of Pembrokeshire Agricultural Society’s work is educational and spreading the word around the county about how local food is produced by farmers. The response to our Food Story interactive display at the County Show in 2022 was extremely positive and we hope local schools and the children will learn a lot about where their food comes from when they attend Food Story events and use the activity sheets uploaded here monthly.
Primary school children from across Pembrokeshire can learn directly from local farmers where the ingredients for their pancakes come from...
We would like you to draw or upload a photo of your pancake and favourite topping then label everything that has come from a farm.
Please send us your labelled pictures to win.
Email your labelled picture to: firstname.lastname@example.org or post it to: The Food Story, Show Office, County Showground, Withybush, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA62 4BW
Deadline for entries is:28th February and the winning entry will win a Family Pass (2 adults and 3 children) to the Pembrokeshire County Show for both days (16th & 17th August 2023)
Click on the image below for the activity sheet which gives information on the ingredients needed for pancakes and the competition details...
Pancake Day Instructions
Pembrokeshire is famous for its potatoes, especially the
Pembrokeshire early potatoes.
Growing and harvesting Pembrokeshire Early potatoes
has been taking place in the Welsh county since the 1700s,
using special methods honed after centuries of experience.
Potatoes are frost-averse, making the Pembrokeshire coast
– warmed by the Gulf Stream and benefiting from rich,
fertile soil – the perfect climate for their growth.
In 2014 the European Commission recognised
Pembrokeshire Earlies as an outstanding regional product,
awarding Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) status.
Pembrokeshire Potatoes March