Christmas Greetings from FarmED


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2021 has been a good first year for us here at FarmED with HRH The Prince of Wales officially opening the

centre in June. We’ve hosted lots of events, with courses covering soil health to gut health and everything in between! Subjects have ranged from holistic management, agroforestry and herbal ley establishment and management with Cotswold Seeds, to film nights, dawn chorus walks, sustainable midsummer feasts and regular Friday Farm Walks and Picnics. We’ve welcomed groups of over a hundred for a farmers forum, to visits by schoolchildren, organised by Heidi and Emma with the Country Trust. Hallam's cows arrived. Chloe Horner from Oxfork joined us, the FarmED Cafe opened for teas, coffee and cake and has recently added delicious, nutritious lunches to the menu.

The FarmED Programme is already looking very exciting for next year, with lots new for 2022 - including fruit tree grafting, a series of regenerative soil health courses with Neils Corfield and a seasonal Grow Your Own Food course. We’ll be also hosting the first literature festival dedicated to regenerative farming and ORFC in the Field. Check out our website for details. More information to follow in the coming weeks.

In the meantime, we wish you a merry Christmas and a happy new year from all the team at FarmED.mas Greetings from FarmED

Christmas Greetings from FarmED


2021 has been a good first year for us here at FarmED with HRH The Prince of Wales officially opening the centre in June. We’ve hosted lots of events, with courses covering soil health to gut health and everything in between! Subjects have ranged from holistic management, agroforestry and herbal ley establishment and management with Cotswold Seeds, to film nights, dawn chorus walks, sustainable midsummer feasts and regular Friday Farm Walks and Picnics. We’ve welcomed groups of over a hundred for a farmers forum, to visits by schoolchildren, organised by Heidi and Emma with the Country Trust. Chloe Horner from Oxfork joined us, the FarmED Cafe opened for teas, coffee and cake and has recently added delicious, nutritious lunches to the menu.


The FarmED Programme is already looking very exciting for next year, with lots new for 2022 - including fruit tree grafting, a series of regenerative soil health courses with Neils Corfield and a seasonal Grow Your Own Food course. We’ll be also hosting the first literature festival dedicated to regenerative farming and ORFC in the Field. Check out our website for details. More information to follow in the coming weeks.


In the meantime, we wish you a merry Christmas and a happy new year from all the team at FarmED.

2021 has been a good first year for us here at FarmED with HRH The Prince of Wales officially opening the centre in June. We’ve hosted lots of events, with courses covering soil health to gut health and everything in between! Subjects have ranged from holistic management, agroforestry and herbal ley establishment and management with Cotswold Seeds, to film nights, dawn chorus walks, sustainable midsummer feasts and regular Friday Farm Walks and Picnics. We’ve welcomed groups of over a hundred for a farmers forum, to visits by schoolchildren, organised by Heidi and Emma with the Country Trust. Chloe Horner from Oxfork joined us, the FarmED Cafe opened for teas, coffee and cake and has recently added delicious, nutritious lunches to the menu.


The FarmED Programme is already looking very exciting for next year, with lots new for 2022 - including fruit tree grafting, a series of regenerative soil health courses with Neils Corfield and a seasonal Grow Your Own Food course. We’ll be also hosting the first literature festival dedicated to regenerative farming and ORFC in the Field. Check out our website for details. More information to follow in the coming weeks.


In the meantime, we wish you a merry Christmas and a happy new year from all the team at FarmED.Christmas Greetings from FarmED


2021 has been a good first year for us here at FarmED with HRH The Prince of Wales officially opening the centre in June. We’ve hosted lots of events, with courses covering soil health to gut health and everything in between! Subjects have ranged from holistic management, agroforestry and herbal ley establishment and management with Cotswold Seeds, to film nights, dawn chorus walks, sustainable midsummer feasts and regular Friday Farm Walks and Picnics. We’ve welcomed groups of over a hundred for a farmers forum, to visits by schoolchildren, organised by Heidi and Emma with the Country Trust. Chloe Horner from Oxfork joined us, the FarmED Cafe opened for teas, coffee and cake and has recently added delicious, nutritious lunches to the menu.


The FarmED Programme is already looking very exciting for next year, with lots new for 2022 - including fruit tree grafting, a series of regenerative soil health courses with Neils Corfield and a seasonal Grow Your Own Food course. We’ll be also hosting the first literature festival dedicated to regenerative farming and ORFC in the Field. Check out our website for details. More information to follow in the coming weeks.


In the meantime, we wish you a merry Christmas and a happy new year from all the team at FarmED.Christmas Greetings from FarmED


2021 has been a good first year for us here at FarmED with HRH The Prince of Wales officially opening the centre in June. We’ve hosted lots of events, with courses covering soil health to gut health and everything in between! Subjects have ranged from holistic management, agroforestry and herbal ley establishment and management with Cotswold Seeds, to film nights, dawn chorus walks, sustainable midsummer feasts and regular Friday Farm Walks and Picnics. We’ve welcomed groups of over a hundred for a farmers forum, to visits by schoolchildren, organised by Heidi and Emma with the Country Trust. Chloe Horner from Oxfork joined us, the FarmED Cafe opened for teas, coffee and cake and has recently added delicious, nutritious lunches to the menu.


The FarmED Programme is already looking very exciting for next year, with lots new for 2022 - including fruit tree grafting, a series of regenerative soil health courses with Neils Corfield and a seasonal Grow Your Own Food course. We’ll be also hosting the first literature festival dedicated to regenerative farming and ORFC in the Field. Check out our website for details. More information to follow in the coming weeks.


In the meantime, we wish you a merry Christmas and a happy new year from all the team at FarmED.

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