NFU Cymru members in Glamorgan gathered at Margam Abbey recently to celebrate the Harvest coming home.
Over 100 people attended the service at the Abbey on Thursday, 3rd October, where they gave thanks for the harvest and to the local farming community for providing food all year around.
Aled Jones, NFU Cymru Deputy President gave the sermon and Kate Thomas, the daughter of Glamorgan NFU Cymru County Chairman, Gwyn Thomas, gave the reading on behalf on the YFC.
Gwyn Thomas, NFU Cymru Glamorgan County Chairman said: “I’d like to thank everyone who came out to celebrate our harvest festival. Special thanks must go to Aled Jones for giving a wonderful sermon and also to the YFC who dressed the Abbey with harvest foods and straw. It looked lovely.
“I’d also like to say a huge thank you to the North Glamorgan Ladies who prepared the food following the service. It was a wonderful spread and one we can certainly be thankful for. It was a very enjoyable evening and a great opportunity for the community to gather together to celebrate our wonderful harvest.”