Coast & Country: this week we're showcasing the wonders made in Wales

This week's Coast & Country is all about the wonderful things made right here in Wales.

Produce which is sourced and made locally has become a priority for many Welsh shoppers with a keen eye on the environment, sustainability is now at the forefront of many minds, not least Welsh businesses.

So we've been all over, finding some of the best Wales has to offer.

Ruth has been to Kilgetty to meet Father and Son duo Kerry and Dave Thomas who are some of the last lovespoon carvers working in Wales.

They grow their wood, dry it and carve it on site and re-plant for every tree they use.

Historically lovespoons were used as tokens of love or intention to marry.

Kerry started the family business The Lovespoon Workshop when he was young after learning carpentry, he carved a lovespoon for his girlfriend hoping it would save him the cost of an engagement ring.

Rob's been for a very long walk across the slate trails of Snowdonia, not quite the whole thing though as it's 80 miles long and would take more than 7 days to complete.

The trails walk the footsteps of the miners who worked the trails many years ago shaping the slate history Wales knows today.

Andrew's was up bright and early learning what it means to be a local baker in Wales.

The Village Bakery in Swansea sources it's ingredients locally and uses traditional methods to bake it's beautiful bread.

And Finally, Melin Tregwynt, many of you might recognise these distinct blankets as they've appeared in fashion magazine Vogue, internationally and in hotels up and down the country.

The distinct pattern is created in a mill in Haverfordwest run by the same family who bought it nearly 100 years ago. They've upgraded to some modern technology but the blanket stitch finish is still done by hand.