new this week

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Goodbye from Martin, a founder of Banc Organics

After 12 years with Banc Organics I’m leaving to focus on my family and my academic research, and I just

christmas delivery info

As Christmas Eve falls on a Friday this year, we have decided to deliver Thursday 23rd December. Consequently between juggling our supplier’s festive requirements and the move

Gorgeous christmas wreaths from Carmarthenshire cut flowers

Christmas is far and yet near, so here are some beautiful wreaths made by Karis of Carmarthenshire Cut Flowers. Karis

The Secret Cook – Autumn and our vegetables now

The Secret Cook - Autumn and our vegetables now The primary school children are preparing for a strange Harvest Festival this

Glorious cabbages and sunny markets

There are gorgeous cabbages in every bag this week - don't forget to add some to your order if you

The Secret Cook – The Benefits of Beans

The Secret Cook - the benefits of beans I love green beans, tasting of the summer season and a lovely

Banc Family fete

On Sunday 8 August, from 11am to 2pm, come along to our site in Kidwelly for a mini summer fete.

We’re crowdfunding!

As you know if you’ve been following us recently, we find ourselves in financial difficulty at the moment. We are

we have a favour to ask…

We have a favour to ask. It’s no secret that the past 18 months have been hard, in so many

the secret cook – knowing your onions

Recently I seem to have built up a surplus of onions in my cupboard. As onions are such an essential

Our very first agm!

We've been busy the past few weeks organising our very first AGM. Although Banc Organics has been growing and providing

the secret cook – the joys of uk tomatoes, and reducing our food waste

I’m delighted to see that the tomatoes in the Banc Organics Shop are now UK ones. This means fewer air

The secret cook – memories of herbs, and a homemade pesto

When I was a child my first realisation of the transformation that herbs could make to a meal was when

polytunnels, potatoes and lots and lots of seedlings

It's been a busy week in the fields for Martin and our wonderful volunteers. Polytunnels have been re-erected, potatoes are

The Land is ready for the spring!

With the spring equinox behind us, and nothing but brighter days ahead, it's so lovely looking out on land that's