A Mill and bakery over the Herefordshire border will appear on an ITV show next week.

Talgarth Mill and its bakery (The Bakers’ Table) is due to appear on ITV4's Made in Britain on Thursday (April 22) at 8pm.

Sarah Andrews, volunteer miller, showed the television cameras how the grain is milled – by water power, before Nicola Craven, owner of the Real Bread bakery made a traditional Welsh favourite from the flour – Bara Brith.

"This is a traditional Welsh tea bread," said Nicola. "We soak the fruit overnight in tea before it is mixed with Talgarth Mill’s flour, sugar, eggs and spice and baked in loaf tins.

"It’s best served spread with salted Welsh butter."

The Mill, which is celebrating its 10 year anniversary, has been closed throughout the pandemic but production of flour has continued behind the scenes.

What was a café and bakery has evolved into a bakery and takeaway offering real bread, sweet and savoury baked goods, drinks, stone baked pizzas, pies, curries, and in a collaboration with local producer Ty’r Gobaith’s Pantry – fine dining ‘at home’.