top of page

A focus on Wales and
a Circular Economy

Our dedication to Wales goes beyond just a regional touch. We are committed to promoting Welsh suppliers and our entire Welsh supply chain. Every dish tells a story of our Welsh heritage, supporting local farmers and producers and providing understanding to students about the importance of food provenance.


We embrace sustainability, our commitment to the Welsh circular economy ensures that every aspect of our services, from sourcing ingredients to waste management, contributes to a healthier, more sustainable future for our young people.

Read more

Local Welsh Suppliers

JPC Education takes pride in championing Welsh suppliers and the entire Welsh supply chain. Every ingredient in our kitchen is carefully selected to showcase the diversity and excellence of our local producers. By prioritizing Welsh suppliers, we contribute to the growth of local businesses, fostering economic sustainability and strengthening the bonds that connect us to our roots.

English Tutor

Provenance Learning

As part of our Welsh Focus, JPC Education hosts culinary heritage events that bring the community together. These events showcase traditional Welsh recipes, passed down through generations, allowing students to connect with their cultural roots. Through interactive experiences and tastings, we create memorable moments that instil a sense of pride and appreciation for the culinary treasures of Wales.


Pride in our Welsh heritage

Our commitment extends beyond the kitchen; we actively engage with and support Welsh communities. By partnering with local initiatives and charities, we contribute to the well-being of the regions we serve. We believe that a thriving community is the foundation for a sustainable and enriching future.


Choosing JPC Education means choosing a catering service that is deeply rooted in Welsh culture. We invite you to savour the flavours of Wales, support local communities, and join us in preserving the culinary heritage that makes our region unique.

Image by Sebastian Herrmann
bottom of page