A farmers’ market in mid Wales has been crowned the UK’s best, beating rivals from London and Belfast.
Aberystwyth came top in the best food market category in the BBC Radio 4 Food and Farming Awards.
With up to 30 stalls, it was up against tough competition from St George’s Market in Belfast, which has 230 stalls, and London’s Brockley Market.
Meanwhile, Pembrokeshire Beach Food Company won the best street food/takeaway category at the awards.
The company combines foraged seashore ingredients with fresh local seafood – all served from its mobile beach shacks.
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