Then as to instruction in butter and cheese making, five years ago a dairy school styled the Flintshire and Denbighshire Dairy School Company, Limited, was established at Lleweni Hall, the adjoining farm to this. It was started through a handsome gift of 300l. by Mr Ralli, and shares of 1l. each were taken up by influential gentlemen and tenant farmers, and it has been doing excellent work under the auspices of the North Wales College, Bangor, as one the branch schools, the others being at Bangor and Welshpool. Lleweni School is now being taken over by the Flintshire County Council, whilst the Denbighshire County Council have so far withheld their connexion with the school, although the terms offered them have been most favourable. Field experiments and instruction in other agricultural subjects are carried out by the college and are availed of to their fullest extent.

T W Bowdage, T. W. (5 September 1894) Royal Commission on Land in Wales and Monmouthshire: Minutes of Evidence, p.389