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Pan-Wales project showcasing high street regeneration technology takes to the road

A PIONEERING project which uses cutting-edge technology to help shape town centre regeneration will hit the road this summer. Smart Towns Cymru will host a series of events across Wales beginning in Newport on Thursday (May 16). Having welcomed up to 120 people to its inaugural conference, held at Ty Pawb in Wrexham earlier this year, the…

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Seismology sensors to help shape future of town centre regeneration in Wales

REVOLUTIONARY new seismology software will shake up the way organisations measure footfall and have a positive impact on town centre regeneration. Menter Môn trialled the innovative Raspberry Shake wireless technology as part of the wider Patrwm Smart Places project at last summer’s National Eisteddfod, held in Boduan, Gwynedd. Created by software development pioneers Kodergarten, sensors were placed…

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Welsh schools show support for local food producers with patriotic St David’s Day menus

SCHOOLS are showing their support for patriotic producers and using more locally sourced ingredients for their St David’s Day dinner menus. Specially prepared items for today’s (Friday) lunchtime celebrations at a select number of primary and secondary schools will incorporate food and drink manufactured and distributed right on their doorstep, where possible. As part of…

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Six Welsh counties sign up to review school menus as part of Larder Cymru scheme

A FOOD and drink project will serve up support for producers in Wales and review school dinner menus across the country. Six local authorities in Wales have signed up to the Larder Cymru Welsh Food for Schools pilot scheme following a successful test trial in Conwy. Over the next 12 months, Wrexham, Flintshire, Anglesey, Gwynedd, Cardiff, and…

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Transformative Menter Mon outperforming peers in Wales “by some margin”

A TRANSFORMATIVE enterprise hub outperforming its peers “by some margin” will enter its sixth year with a raft of new services for start-ups and entrepreneurs. The pioneering Menter Môn Enterprise Hub (Hwb Menter), based with project partners M-SParc in Gaerwen and at Hwb Arloesi, Porthmadog, has unveiled a series of benefits and incentives in addition…

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Ukrainian water system helping farmers grow bigger and better fruit and veg

A VEGETABLE farmer has reaped the rewards following a successful trial of a revolutionary Ukrainian irrigation system. Supported by Menter Mon’s Tech Tyfu vertical farming project – based on Anglesey – Snowdon Valley Farm has tested the Adam’s Water technology over past months and seen a significant increase in the size, quality and yield of its fruit…

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Tech Tyfu vertical farming project extended after helping growers reach great heights

GROWERS across Wales reached great heights thanks to a revolutionary vertical farming project. And following a successful two-year programme the groundbreaking Tech Tyfu initiative – delivered by not-for-profit organisation Menter Môn – is set to continue until Summer 2024 via Welsh Government’s Backing Local Firms Fund. The Tech Tyfu Scale-Up project aimed to provide vertical…

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Free one-to-one support from Larder Cymru for food and drink producers

FOOD and drink companies in Wales can access free one-to-one support to capitalise on major procurement opportunities in the public sector. As part of its innovative Larder Cymru project, Menter Môn is targeting up to 50 producers and processors from across the country and rolling out mentoring and guidance sessions for successful applicants. Funded by…

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Up and up for vertical farming project thanks to success of pilot growers

AN INNOVATIVE vertical farming project will grow even further with the launch of a new accelerator programme. For two years the Tech Tyfu pilot initiative – delivered by not-for-profit organisation Menter Mon – has worked with growers in Gwynedd and Anglesey to develop fresh micro greens using sustainable, water-based hydroponic methods. Their success has seen…

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Trawsfynydd and Wylfa decommissioning opportunities to be explored at event

BUSINESSES can capitalise on future decommissioning opportunities within the nuclear industry at an event powered by leading names in the sector. Organised by Menter Mon and hosted by Enterprise Hub at M-SParc in Gaerwen, Anglesey, the event takes place on April 7 from 3pm to 6pm. Speakers will explain and discuss nuclear decommissioning business opportunities…

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