Hog Roast Ruthin
Town names are great things. They can tell you everything you need to know about a place...or give you a completely misleading impression. So if somebody told you they lived in Red castle in the sea-swamps, you may understandably think twice before paying them a visit. Fortunately for the people that live there, the name has undergone a few refinements and is now known as Ruthin.
Ruthin is a small town in North Wales in the county of Denbighshire. Only around five thousand live in the town but, as seems to be happening elsewhere in Wales and UK, Ruthin could be getting a bit of a taste for a medieval feast. No, nothing to do with mythical creatures from the sea-swamps but something far tastier. Welcome to hog roast Ruthin!
No, hog roast Ruthin is not another name change for this town. Hog roast is actually turning out to be an increasingly popular catering option when choosing catering for those special events that we all have to organise now and again. This once popular medieval meal was all the rage in years gone by and is now enjoying a new lease of life.