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Prince’s charity lodges bid for new agricultural training centre

In what promises to be a boost for the rural sector, the centre would host events and workshops for secondary school pupils, school leavers and adult learners, as well as existing rural sector workers.

Over 100 tractors tour streets to raise money for charity

Thousands of people turned out to support the tour, which aimed to bring the farming community together and raise money for Garden House Hospice Care in Letchworth.

Festive tractor run raises thousands for charity

Over £6,000 has been raised for Staffordshire Young Farmers Clubs and Midlands Air Ambulance.

New book written for children of farming families promotes positivity

A new children’s story book developed by The Farming Community Network (FCN) and New Zealand author Pauline McLeod will help children in rural communities develop vital resilience skills and a positive attitude towards change.

New campaign to help those in agriculture recognise support networks

A new campaign launched this week by The Farming Community Network (FCN) charity encourages people across farming and agriculture to recognise the people in their lives that help to support them during difficult times by asking them one simple question: ‘Who’s Your Julie?’.

Farmer raises thousands for Air Ambulance after being impaled by forklift

Forty-two-year-old farmer Jonathan Willis thanked the emergency services and Addenbrooke’s Hospital surgical teams who saved him last year, after he dodged death by mere millimetres when he was accidentally impaled by a forklift tine.

The Journey Ahead: New book sees industry experts helping farmers

A new book designed to help farmers plan ahead for the future, developed by The Farming Community Network (FCN) charity with input from more than 40 different organisations and experts, launches today.

Farm for the Future programme announced

A new programme from the Prince’s Countryside Fund promises to help farmers understand the policy changes that will affect the future of their farm businesses.

Charity aims to quadruple support to farming people by 2024

The Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution (RABI) has confirmed the charity’s ambitious goal to reach even more farming people over the next three years.

Sunflowers power £2 million for nature’s recovery

A wildlife friendly farm, which grows wild bird seed and 100 acres of sunflowers, is celebrating raising £2 million for wildlife conservation.

FCN volunteer embarks on world’s toughest mountain race

A Welsh farmer’s son and volunteer with The Farming Community Network charity (FCN) is embarking on the Montane Dragon’s Back Race – regarded as one of the world’s toughest mountain races – in memory of a beloved family member who took her own life in June.

Mental health in farming highlighted by marathon runner

A keen runner is supporting The Farming Community Network (FCN) charity and raising awareness of mental health in agriculture by competing in this year’s London Marathon

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