Two Blogs in I noticed I hadn’t posted my introduction, ooops. Anyway here it is, I wrote It a few months ago and have added some things I think are worth mentioning.
Hello. My name is Tom, I am the newest member of the Moel Famau Shepherds Hut retail company. My official role in the company is sales and marketing assistant. That sounds quite boring to me so I like to think of myself as more of an adventuring, pioneer of the Clwydian range. Ok, that sounds a little too much. Just call me, The Shepherds Hut Blogger.
I’ll be updating my blog weekly to fill you in on the goings-on in the Shepherds Hut, around Moel Famau and the Clwydian range. As well as this I’ll be volunteering with the AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty). This will take me to places all around the area on conservation missions which you can read all about in my blog. You can find me In the Shepherds Hut some days; feel free to ask me anything about the area. I’m looking forward to meeting you all.
After working with the Company for 4 months I’ve had a good insight to what the company’s goals are, which is to encourage rural development through providing Information and products which best represent the area, In this case North Wales. I’ve met many visitors who Love the area and have told us how great it is to have the Shepherds Hut on Moel Famau so we must be doing something right.
Encouraging visitors to visit Ruthin (the nearest town to Moel Famau) is a very important goal of ours. Many of the tourists to Moel Famau will visit the Jubilee tower and then head home, without seeing what the beautiful market town has to offer. There are many places to eat and some wonderful landmarks in Ruthin be sure to venture down into the Valley when you next visit Moel Famau.Looking towards the future, with a successful official Launch under our belts which took place in April we are now keen to start organising and endorsing events on Moel Famau. We believe that the Natural beauty and the welcoming locals of the area should be noticed more on a national scale. Hopefully with more awareness and the collective work effort of local businesses and organisations, we will be taking the right step in getting this wonderful part of the world more recognised.