On 26th June the Western Mail published a piece entitled “The Welsh farm where city children can stay for a week and learn where their food really comes from: Lower Treginnis farm in Pembrokeshire welcomes over 1,000 pupils every year”. The piece began “Few children have the chance to live on a working farm for a week, seeing for themselves where the food that reaches their table really comes from. But there’s a farm in west Wales where schoolchildren from London and other cites can do exactly that – and experience learning in the beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside to boot. Children’s author Michael Morpurgo and his wife Clare founded Farms for City Children (FFCC) at Nethercott House in Devon in 1976 to offer urban children from all over the country a unique opportunity to live and work together for a week at a time on a real farm in the heart of the countryside….” Read the piece in full on the Western Mail’s website here.