North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner, Andy Dunbobbin, met members of the local farming community in North Wales on the morning of 27 January as part of the FUW Farmhouse Breakfast Week.
The event, held at Dylasau Uchaf farm, Padog, Betws y Coed, home of FUW President Glyn Roberts and his family, was organised by the Caernarfonshire Branch of the FUW, and helps to raise thousands of pounds every year for good causes. Six breakfasts were held across the Caernarfonshire area over the week.
Rural Crime Sergeant Peter Evans and Chief Superintendent Sian Beck of North Wales Police, and Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner Wayne Jones also attended the event alongside the PCC and all four spoke to members of the local farming community. They listened to their concerns and comments regarding crime in rural areas, which is an area of special focus both for the PCC and for North Wales Police.
North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner, Andy Dunbobbin, commented: “It was a pleasure to attend the FUW Farmhouse Breakfast at Dylasau Uchaf and I am grateful to Gwynedd Watkin and the Caernarfonshire Branch of the FUW for inviting me along. Our farmers are the backbone of North Wales economy and help provide us with excellent produce and Breakfast Week is a great way of showcasing all this hard work while also raising much needed money for good causes.
FUW President Glyn Roberts said: “We all get really excited about our farmhouse breakfasts every year. We can start the day together with family, friends and neighbours, in a positive and healthy way and at the same time raise money for our charitable cause, the DPJ Foundation.”