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Businesses in Talgarth

Talgarth has a myriad of small businesses serving the people of Talgarth and the many visitors.

bakers tableThe Bakers Table
The Bakers’ Table is an award winning cafe and bakery situated within the newly renovated Melin Talgarth Mill. We are open daily apart from Monday (unless it’s a Bank Holiday) and our opening hours are 10-4 in winter and 9.30-4 in summer.
We have a wood fired oven which we use for pizza nights in collaboration with Talgarth Flix in the Stix, and during the summer we are open for pizzas on Saturday evenings.
Where possible we use flour milled on site in our bread, and you can learn to bake yourself at one of our monthly classes.
Everything is home made or sourced locally. We offer gourmet coffee and teas, Welsh soft drinks and ice creams made in the Black Mountains.
Tel. 01874 711125


Pauline Paterson

Pauline was born and educated in North London. She left school at fifteen and worked as an Assistant Stage Manager and actress in various repertory companies as well as in the West End of London, film and television. Pauline eventually became a television Production Assistant and worked her way up to Assistant Producer.

At the age of 30 she decided it was time for a career change and moved to Wales with her husband and young daughter to start Black Mountain Pottery. Pauline is self taught. The inspiration for her ceramics comes from her love of cooking and entertaining, strongly believing that the presentation of food is as important as its taste, good food and ceramics go together.

Pauline has exhibited all over the world in one man shows and joint exhibitions and her work can be found in many collections.

the hay makers
St Johns Place
Hay on Wye
01497 820 556

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