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Cranleigh farmers offer grants to agricultural and horticultural students

  Cranleigh farmers know just how difficult it can be to get started and every year they make a number of grants available to help students. The maximum value of each grant is £500. Applicants must be from Surrey and West Sussex, be aged between 16 and 25 years old and be about to start […]

Welsh Government delegates visit Harper Adams University

Welsh Government delegates visit Harper Adams University

Four Welsh Government civil servants have visited Shropshire’s Harper Adams University to meet students from the principality. Ryan Davies, Nia Griffiths, Helen Williams and David Morris all work within the Government’s Countryside Policy Division. Based in various locations around Wales, including Newtown, Carmarthen, Llandrindod Wells, the delegates deal with a variety of issues affecting the […]

Harper Adams – UK’s dedicated agri-food science university

Harper Adams – UK’s dedicated agri-food science university

Crowds gathered outside the historic main building in hope of snapping up one of 100 limited edition t-shirts made available to mark the occasion. Following yesterday’s announcement by the Privy Council to award the UK’s top University College a full university title, the mood was jubilant on campus as staff and students marked the first […]

Sowing the seeds for future demand

Sowing the seeds for future demand

The five year strategy brings together the six AHDB divisions and a number of other organisations to provide a range of curricular activities to educate five to 16 year olds about food production and farming. This increased collaboration will deliver greater educational impact as well as better value for money for levy payers. Potato Council […]

CLAAS Apprenticeship success

CLAAS Apprenticeship success

A  record 26 students have joined this year’s CLAAS Agricultural Technician Apprenticeship intake, which is split between Reaseheath in Cheshire and Barony College near Dumfries. Also joining the scheme for the first time are students from both northern and southern Ireland. The success of the CLAAS Agricultural Technician Apprenticeship and the acknowledgement of the high […]

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