Saturday was a busy day for Jeremy in Wales - first joining us in rallying against the Trade Union Bill, then delivering a Kier Hardie Lecture in Aberdare, and finally ending with Cardiff's fundraiser in Cathays, Cardiff Central.
It was a successful night, with speeches from Julie Morgan, Mark Drakeford, and Jeremy Corbyn, all highlighting the importance of a strong Labour campaign in the upcoming months, and the need for a Labour government in Wales come May.
Food was sourced, cooked, and served by Cathays' very own Real Junk Food Cafe. Josh Quigley and his team divert food destined for waste and use it to create delicious, healthy meals. We were served a feast of mixed bean chilli, vegetable stew, leek and onion puff tarts, potatoes and flat bread. Around one third of the food produced in the world for human consumption - approximately 1.3 billion tonnes - gets wasted every year. It was fantastic to be able to support the Real Junk Food Café who do great work in reducing this waste.
If you would like to find out more about the Real Junk Food Café, visit: https://www.facebook.com/RealJunkFoodCDF/?fref=ts
or pop down to the Embassy Café at Cathays Community Centre on Cathays Terrace to try their delicious food.