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Prince’s Farm Resilience Programme introductory sessions confirmed

Prince’s Farm Resilience Programme introductory sessions confirmed

  Farmers across the UK are being invited to join a major new programme being led by The Prince’s Countryside Fund. Endorsed by HRH The Prince of Wales, the charity’s Patron, The Prince’s Farm Resilience Programme will provide free practical and essential business support and one-to-one guidance to 300 small dairy, livestock and mixed family […]

R.A.B.I elects first Welsh Chairman in 156-year history

R.A.B.I elects first Welsh Chairman in 156-year history

Malcolm Thomas MBE ARAgS is the new chairman of farming’s oldest welfare charity, the Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution (R.A.B.I). He is the first Welshman to be elected to the position in the charity’s long 156-year history. Malcolm took over the helm following this week’s AGM at The Manor Hotel in Weston-on-the-Green, Oxford, which was attended […]

Batman and Robin deliver three-wheeler to farmer

Batman and Robin deliver three-wheeler to farmer

Robert Wrinch got a big yellow surprise on his 50th birthday – a three-wheel Rialto Reliant van, delivered to him by friends dressed as Batman and Robin! Robert, an arable farmer from Suffolk, now wants to use his treasured three-wheeler (which the family has called Madge), to produce a calendar detailing her farming adventures as […]

Farmers & Fletchers In the City on target for September launch

Farmers & Fletchers In the City on target for September launch

  Farmers & Fletchers In the City, an exciting new luxury events venue is delighted to announce it will open in September 2015. Home to two City Livery Companies: The Worshipful Company of Farmers and The Worshipful Company of Fletchers, Farmers & Fletchers In the City is located at 3 Cloth Street, London EC1A 7LD. […]

Royal visit for retirement home for farmers

Royal visit for retirement home for farmers

HRH The Duke of Gloucester KG GCVO visited the Beaufort House residential care home in Burnham-on-Sea on Thursday April 30, which is owned and run by the Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution (R.A.B.I). The majority of residents at Beaufort House come from farming backgrounds. Beaufort House is a former school set in two acres of landscaped […]

Perennial trials monthly ‘after work’ hours for Advice Line to help working horticulturists get in touch

Perennial trials monthly ‘after work’ hours for Advice Line to help working horticulturists get in touch

Perennial, the horticulturist’s trade charity, is piloting late opening hours of its main advice helpline to give working horticulturists a chance to speak to an adviser after work. From the 5 November 2014, the Casework Advice Line (0800 093 8543) will open from noon – 8.30pm on the first Wednesday of every month. The helpline […]

Perennial’s HortAid fortnight gets under way

Perennial’s HortAid fortnight gets under way

Perennial has been urging people across the horticulture industry to ‘go green’ during HortAid fundraising fortnight which runs until 14th September. The charity is on track to raise £175,000 this year for its 175th anniversary appeal and HortAid provides a focus for those who want to get involved with fundraising. The ‘go green’ theme has […]

Nottinghamshire RABI Charity clay shoot raises £750 for farming families facing a crisis

Nottinghamshire RABI Charity clay shoot raises £750 for farming families facing a crisis

Thanks to the generous support of ADAS, B&B tractors, Bowring transport and Copper Beeches shooting ground the Nottinghamshire branch of the Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution hosted a charity clay shoot at Whaley nr Langwith by kind permission of Mr I Longden. Despite the inclement weather, supporters came to have a round of clays with the […]

New care farming social enterprise gets celebrity backing

New care farming social enterprise gets celebrity backing

The not-for-profit organisation, SweetTree Farming For All, is being created to make a positive difference to the lives of people of all ages, with a variety of care and support needs. This includes mental health conditions, acquired brain injuries, dementia, learning disabilities, physical disabilities, an offending history and alcohol/substance abuse. Combining the care farming experience […]

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