IT MAY be Veganuary for some folk, but the Farmers' Union of Wales is sticking to tradition for its annual Farmhouse Breakfast Week.

To promote the health benefits of a good traditional breakfast and have a good catch-up before the day starts, FUW teams across the country are once again hosting farmhouse breakfasts between January 21-27.

FUW president Glyn Roberts said: “We all get really excited about our farmhouse breakfasts every year. We can start the day together with family, friends and neighbours, in a positive and healthy way and at the same time raise money for our charitable causes, Alzheimer's Society Cymru and the FCN.”

The week provides an opportunity to promote the quality premium local produce that farmers grow for us every day of the year, and throughout breakfast week the FUW will shine a spotlight on the importance of our rural economy.

“I hope many of you will be able to join us for breakfast. We want you to be a part of what we do, and share your thoughts and worries about the state of the industry, tell us your stories and help us to understand how we can help each other, and what better way to do that than round a table where we share great food and have a cup of tea,” added Glyn Roberts.

In Pembrokeshire breakfasts have been confirmed on Tuesday, January 22 at Hermon Hall, Hermon; and on Friday, January 25, at Crundale Hall, Crundale.