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Apprenticeships showcase at Smallholding & Countryside Festival

Cambrian Training Company’s pavilion offices on the Royal Welsh Showground.

Apprenticeships will be in the spotlight at this year’s Smallholding & Countryside Festival on the Royal Welsh Showground, Builth Wells on the weekend of May 21 and 22.

Awarding-winning work-based apprenticeship provider, Cambrian Training Company, will be available all weekend to offer advice to businesses and individuals who are considering apprenticeships.

The company, which has a showground pavilion office opposite the Food Hall, will be able to advise employers about the opportunities available to develop and expand their workforce with support from the Welsh Government’s apprenticeship programme.

Information will also be available for individuals who are seeking to start their career, develop their skills of maybe even a change of career.

Cambrian Training Company has more than 25 years’ experience of delivering apprenticeships and other training programmes, specialising in sectors including hospitality, food manufacture and sustainable resource management. For more information about apprenticeships, email the company at [email protected] or call 01938 555893.

The company has supported the Smallholding & Countryside Festival, which is a celebration of rural life with smallholding pursuits at its heart, for many years.

The popular event showcases the diversity of the Welsh countryside and provides a great day out for young families, garden enthusiasts and anyone with an interest in agriculture, country sports or the great outdoors.

There is something for everyone, with a packed programme of livestock and equine competitions, more than 200 trade standsdisplays, exhibitions, activities and live music. Artisan food and drink from across Wales will be showcased in the Food Hall.

Exciting attractions will include Rockwood Dog display team, high flying stunts from the BMX Show, family fun from the Panic Family Circus, a living history display from the Woodville Medieval Re-enactment Group and the Welsh Festival of Land Rovers

On May 21, special guest, BBC TV gardening expert Charlie Dimmock, will be speaking about wildlife and water.