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Farmers wanted for 2 new Prince’s Farm Resilience Programme Groups around Alston and Kendal

The Farmer Network has been asked to facilitate two new Prince’s Farm Resilience Programme groups based around Kendal in South Cumbria and Alston in North East Cumbria. This is part of the Prince’s Countryside Fund’s national programme which offers free business advice to family farms in 15 locations across the UK each year.

The programme includes one to one business support and a series of 6 evening workshops with national speakers covering topics including business planning, costings and succession.  These will take place between October 2020 and March 2021 with the opportunity for further workshops over the summer on topics chosen by group members.  Participation is free and the meetings include a hot supper.  The programme is open to family beef, sheep and dairy farms with spaces for 20 businesses on each group.

Ruth Kendal, Project Manager for The Farmer Network said: “This is a great opportunity for farmers looking to build the resilience of their businesses given the proposed changes to support payments and the impact of COVID-19.  Participating farms will benefit from workshops delivered by expert consultants as well as having access to free one to one advice and guidance.

For more details about the scheme, please click on: The Prince’s Farm Resilience Programme.

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