A film screening on farming and industrial food systems takes place in St Asaph.

Elwy Working Woods will show In our Hands, Seeding Change at Neuadd Owen Village Hall followed by a meal for everyone using locally grown organic meat and vegetables from Bryn Cocyn Organic Farm and Eat Your Greens.

There will also be a bar stocked with local beer and cider.

In our Hands, Seeding Change from The Landworkers’ Alliance and Black Bark Films explores the quiet revolution that’s taking place in our food and farming right now in the UK.

Doors and Bar open 6.30pm with the film beginning at 7pm followed by food and talks by local growers and producers, Bryn Cocyn Organic Farm, Eat Your Greens, Glanllyn Farm and Elwy Working Woods with a Q&A and discussions.

For tickets visit www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/seeds-of-change-food-and-film-night-tickets-90715774323?fbclid=IwAR1qQNOiI0VjXKcDOHX7wHdkBO3aTo1Wi9LfTM-CPVaVtZDq9LiInq2vS0Q