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Mother's Day Celebrations Menu


Treat those important people in your life to a special dinner at The Rhug Bison Grill on Saturday the 25th of March - 18:30 - 20:30 
View the menu here and call 01490 411100 to book your table


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Christmas made simple - Rowley Leigh


British Chef, restauranteur and journalist, Rowley Leigh offers his rather entertaining step by step guide to a stress-free Christmas dinner


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Merry Christmas / Nadolig Llawen


Merry Christmas / Nadolig Llawen


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Lord Newborough's Blog - November 2016


Lord Newborough discusses all the happenings at Rhug during November.


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Lord Newborough's blog - October & November


Catch-up with Lord Newborough's activities in his latest blog.


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Protecting our native wildlife


We have been working with BASC (The British Association for Shooting & Conservation) on a project aimed at controlling invasive non-native species in order to protect certain native species. Learn more about it here. 

 


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Food Trends 2017


Lord Newborough sets out his top tips for the food trends of 2017.


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Lord Newborough's blog July & August


The latest round-up from Lord Newborough...


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Rhug Estate wins another three Great Taste Awards


Rhug Estate is celebrating after winning three coveted one-star gold Great Taste Award 2016 for its Organic 35 Days Dry Aged Sirloin, Organic 35 Days Dry Aged Ribeye and Organic Beef Sausages. 


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Lord Newborough's blog June/July 2016


Another busy couple of months on Rhug Estate with a new water bore hole being drilled, go karting team building event and a visit of the new Bentley Bentayga.


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UK's top Chefs visit Rhug Estate for Organic Farming Masterclass


Rhug Estate, an award-winning family-run Welsh farming business, is attracting the capital’s top Michelin-starred chefs to its estate to source some of the UK’s finest organic meats.


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The latest news from Lord Newborough


Wow - more and more seems to be happening on Rhug Estate; Royal Welsh Grasslands Event, Ford Classic Cars, Bentley's and school trips.......


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Rhug Estate win highest sustainability award at the Footprint Awards


Rhug Estate, Corwen, come home triumphant form the Footprint Awards winning the Sustainable Use of Natural Resources category.


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Helping Wales Wake up to Organic


Independent stores and farm shops, including Rhug Farm Shop across Wales are taking part in a nationwide campaign to get the UK enjoying an organic breakfast on Wednesday June 15th 2016.


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Appeal boost for courageous cerebral palsy sufferer Betsi Vanda Roberts


A cheque for £500 was recently presented by Lord Newborough, from Rhug Estate, to Betsi Vanda Roberts, who has cerebral palsy.


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Get the latest news from Lord Newborough


From Stockholm to Singapore catch up with the latest news from Lord Newborough as he travels the World promoting Rhug organic Welsh Lamb.


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Rhug 2016 WOR Event


The venue, Rhug Estate, in Corwen, has been described as, 'quite possibly one of the best venues yet for a Cross Country Enduro.


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New butcher takes over the helm at Rhug Farm Shop


Steve James had an extensive and impressive career with over 30 years of experience in the butchery business including Hawarden Estate and working for his father’s family butcher.


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Rhug Estate shortlisted for Footprint Award


Rhug Estate shortlisted for the Sustainable Use of Natural Resources Award Category


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Rhug Farm Shop Announced as 2016 Regional Winner of Farm Shop & Deli Awards


After receiving more than 350 entries from across the country, the 12 category winners and the 9 regional winners of the Farm Shop & Deli Awards 2016 were revealed at a ceremony in Birmingham on Monday 18 April 2016 with Rhug Farm Shop taking home the Regional Award for Wales.


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Lord Newborough's April Blog


Spring is possibly one of the preferred seasons by the majority, including myself, however it can also be the most  frustrating time of the year on the farm, it’s always the ‘do we’ or ‘don't we’ time. Is it too wet to plough? Can we turn the cattle out or is it too wet? Will it snow like it did three years ago? Will we have enough silage? When will the grass start growing and so on.....? Read Lord Newboroughs full article here.


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Farmshop of the Year – Large Retailer Finalists Announced


The shortlist for the prestigious awards has been announced with winners due to be unveiled at show: 18 – 20 April 2016, the NEC, Birmingham ..... and we are delighted to have been listed as one of the finalists. 


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Over 100 bright and colourful Easter Eggs


A huge thank you to the pupils at Ysgol Bro Dyfrdwy for all their effort in colouring and decorating over one hundred bright and colourful Easter Eggs.


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Lord Newborough talks to Rachael Garside


Listen again to Lord Newborough and the Rhug team on Country Focus, talking to Rachael Garside about organic farming, the estate's bison's and green energy.


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Spring is coming……… By Lord Newborough


In his latest blog Lord Newborough talks about life on the farm this spring and his recent trip to Hong Kong.


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