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Film Screening - 2040

FarmED’s first film screening - 2040, looking at the effects of climate change over the next 20 years and solutions, such as regenerative farming, that could reverse the effects. Light refreshments during the film followed by a Q&A session. £30 per person.
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Film Screening - 2040

Time & Location

Time is TBD
FarmED, Station Rd, Shipton-under-Wychwood, Chipping Norton OX7 6BJ, UK

About the Event

Due to concerns over the coronavirus outbreak we have taken the decision to postpone the FarmED film night planned for March 28th. The health and safety of visitors and staff are obviously our primary concern and we feel that this is the only responsible action to take.

We plan to reschedule the event later in the year and will confirm a date as soon as we are able to do so. Please check our website and social media for updates.

If you’ve already purchased a ticket, this will be valid for the alternative date, however, if you would prefer a refund, please email siobhann@makeitgood.io.visitors and staff are obviously our primary concern and we feel that this is the only responsible action to take.

FarmED’s first film screening - 2040, looking at the effects of climate change over the next 20 years and solutions, such as regenerative farming, that could reverse the effects.

Light refreshments during the film followed by a Q&A session.

FarmED’s first film night on 28th March, a screening of acclaimed documentary 2040, will be followed with a panel discussion chaired by radio & television presenter, Sybil Ruscoe with award-winning food writer Kathy Slack, Tim Field from Daylesford and Ian Wilkinson from FarmED. 

Registration is Closed

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