We have a growing network of businesses that include shops, food delivery, house providers, builders, boats, engineers, news and business networks, stove heating and power providers!
To see your business here please get in touch via our contact form
4theRegion is an alliance of people, businesses and organisations across South West Wales, who love where we live and want our region to flourish.
South and West Wales
Car y Mor
Câr-Y-Môr’s vision is to create jobs producing sustainable and local seafood while simultaneously improving the coastal environment and people’s diets and wellbeing.
Farm Fresh Non-Homogenised Milk From FarmTo Front Door.
Glebelands Farmers Market
Glebelands Market Garden is an eight acre organic site near Cardigan,West Wales.We grow onsite and run a farmshop which is open to the public.
The Herald Wales
One of three independently owned online newspapers for Wales. Started in Pembrokeshire, with a campaigning tradition.
Show jumping Welsh ponies bred from a pit pony cross with Welsh mountain. Raised in wild mountainous terrain for intelligence, sure-footedness, health. Trained by Meirion Jones, a unique approach. Produced international champions.
The Scandinavian styled design homes – clad in locally sourced Douglas Fir –are not only pleasing to the eye but help in the fight to reduce carbon emissions.
We provide sustainable eco buildings and frameworks using natural roundwood timber, for anyone who wants to build in a low impact way, from self builders and community groups to eco-tourism providers.
Wholefoods of Newport
Local Wholefood store
SUPPORT THE PANTMAENOG TIMBER CLUSTER PROJECT!
A new model of living and developing businesses in the same location is currently under consideration by the Pembrokeshire Coast…
Our main ambition is to help people chose the right stove – one that meets as many of their needs as possible. Happy customers over profit has always been our main goal and this has not changed.
Cardigan Eco Shop
The Eco Shop was set up in Cardigan in 2008 following on from the success of the Forest Garden, which was begun four years earlier. Both projects aim to take responsibility in changing things for the better in light of evidence to suggest dwindling natural resources and over-consumption.