A beacon of traditional farming in the  Brecon Beacons 

Our farm

Pen Y Caeau Farm is tucked away on a quiet hillside overlooking the Rhiangoll valley in the atmospheric Black Mountains.  Our Breed Championship flock of pedigree Clun Forest sheep forms the backbone of our farm enterprise, alongside pedigree Zwartbles and Lincoln Longwool sheep and a small herd of suckler cows.

We would love to see you if you are in the area - come and see the sheep, take part in one of farm ‘experience’ days or come and learn to spin and weave with wool from our sheep at the All in a spin studio.

Penycaeau FarmSheepdog at Pen Y Caeau Farm
Zwartbles at Pen Y Caeau FarmClun Forest sheep at Pen Y Caeau Farm

All in a SpinLearn a heritage craft

Come and learn the traditional crafts of hand spinning and weaving at All In A Spin in the glorious setting of the studio at Pen Y Caeau Farm. Dunja runs courses throughout the year for beginners to advanced.  Small classes/individual tuition and fabulous fleeces guarantee that you will learn new skills and maybe even discover a new, lifelong passion!

In the shop, Dunja stocks Ashford and Louet equipment as well as fleece and yarn.

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Latest News

Our Travelly Clun Forest flock is the breed society champion flock 2017 - a title it will hold for the next four years!

The first nationally accredited course in hand spinning is now available at All in a Spin.  Next Level 1 course:  May 4th and 5th, 2018.

Next Level 3 course: starts June 2018 (6 taught days over nine months)