A WREXHAM bakery helped feed thousands of Glastonbury festival-goers with a traditional pastry product.
More than 12,000 music-lovers indulged in the traditional Welsh oggie, a pasty-like product made by the Village Bakery, Minera, during the festival.
Robin Jones, joint managing director, said: “Our oggie is encased in puff pastry, with a layer of diced potato, a layer of Welsh beef with gravy and seasoning with leeks.
“On top of beef, we sprinkle some fried onions and we close up the pasty, crimp it and bake it.
“It’s a bit of a monster and weighs in at 520g and it’s nearly 12in long – so it dwarfs a Cornish pasty.
“The oggie has really taken off at Glastonbury and we had to ramp up production again this year to cater for the demand.
“It’s fantastic our oggie is flying the flag for Wales.”