A village dairy business has welcomed pupils from Ruthin and Denbigh schools to give them a taste of its produce and history.

Children from Ysgol Pen Barras and Ysgol Twm o'r Nant enjoyed a tour of the Llannefydd factory and discovered the history of the successful Llaeth y Llan business.

After seeing how the yoghurts were made, they then enjoyed a taste of some of the products.


Ysgol Pen Barras pupils at Llaeth y Llan.

Ysgol Pen Barras pupils at Llaeth y Llan.


The children then met artist, Eleri Jones who helped them do some sketches to take some inspiration back to school with them to start an art project.


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Llaeth y Llan is a member of Arts & Business Cymru and is delighted to be working with artist Eleri, who is from the Conwy Valley.

Eleri currently has an exhibition in Ruthin Craft Centre, until June 30, and her work is inspired by growing up on the family farm in Trofarth, near Llanrwst.

In June, nains and taids and the older generation will be invited to work alongside the children to create four pieces of work to be showcased in the business' board room.