Prime Minister Theresa May visited the Royal Welsh Winter Fair to hear the views of Welsh farmers and producers about her Brexit deal.

Arriving in Llanelwedd, near Builth Wells, in wet and windy conditions by Chinook, Mrs May travelled to the showground to set out how the deal works for Wales.

Mrs May reiterated that the deal was good for the UK and delivers on the Brexit vote saying it protects people's jobs, livelihoods, security and the United Kingdom.

The response from farmers, she said, was about the "importance and ensuring certainty" over good trading deals with the European Union.

Mrs May met bespoke celebration cake maker Kate Pinder from Llangadfan, near Welshpool

"When you look at exports particularly like Welsh lamb, really significant exports into the European Union, it is important that we have that good trading relationship.

"The message I have had from farmers here is, yes, they support the deal and they believe that it is right that a deal is being done. This is a deal that brings certainty and the free trade area that lies at the heart of the deceleration will be one that will enable them exporting and keep those good exports to the European Union," Mrs May added.

Secretary of State for Wales, Alun Cairns, who was at the Royal Welsh Showground, said a spontaneous applause at the Montgomeryshire Pavilion was a "most excellent response" to Mrs May's message by the public.

During her tour of Wales' largest winter fair, the Prime Minister paid a visit to the start-up farmers' market where she met Powys traders Jess Goodwin from Hindwell Farm, Presteigne, and Kate Pinder of Llangadfan-based Cegin Kate.

Jess, whose business sells Aberdeen Angus Herd Welsh beef, said it was an eventful couple of days following the Countess of Wessex's and the Prime Minister's visit at her first ever market stall.

"We offered the Prime Minister some beef and she was happy to take some stakes home for tea. I gave her the Angus Sirloin to take, and she took two of them. She was really thankful and happy to have proper Welsh beef. She was very pleasant, really friendly.

Jess added: "We shook hands with the Countess as well, so it's been quite a couple of days. It's been quite mad!"

A group of children from Ysgol Dyffryn Banw got the chance to meet and speak to the Prime Minister and the Wales Secretary Alun Cairns