The Denbigh and Flint branch of the Farmers’ Union of Wales is putting the spotlight on Welsh milk and lamb during this week’s county show on August 20, by hosting a competition on who can drink a pint of milk and eat a Welsh lamb burger the fastest.

The union will also be celebrating its 60 year history with a birthday cake and have a display of old county photographs.

“We are very excited to be at this year’s Denbigh and Flint county show and are inviting visitors to come to the FUW stand for the Welsh milk and Welsh lamb competition and are also handing out free milk to visitors.

“Welsh milk and Welsh lamb are great quality products and as a union we carrying on in our effort to promote these good nutritious products to the public and help to raise the profile of Welsh farming,” said FUW Denbigh and Flint county executive officer Mari Dafydd Jones.

“We are also giving away a hamper of local food produce as part of a raffle and visitor can be assured of a warm welcome,” she added.