Seemingly the entire office is decamping to the Royal Show next week (bit like the BBC in
Anyway we’ve got stacks going on at the FWi stand, lots of editorial staff for you to chat to, David Cameron’s there at 1.30pm on the Monday to present our Food Miles petition to the supermarkets, the winner of the Farm Planner of the Year is being awarded their prize, there’s a Food Miles competition for the kids (and one for the adults) and loads more …
I’ll be knocking around if you fancy a chat about FWi and its future development. I’m doing a podcast and video thing so might not be there all the time but you can leave a message for me at the stand and arrange a meet up time.
She’s a leader!
RPA News flash …
RPA News flash …
While the rest of the country have been glued to their teles watching the 2006 WC (“Wayne’s Cup”), the hard-working FW team having been diligently reporting from the Cereals Event up in Lincolnshire.
Yours truly was on a podcast mission and spent most of the time feeling like a bit of a prat walking around thrusting a bright red microphone into people’s faces.
However after the initial startled bunny look most people seem warm to the idea of being on the FWi Podcast and I reckon I’ve captured some interesting bits and bobs worthy of a listen.
The Cereals podcast should be out in early July – these podcast tend to be fairly late after the actual event due to the production time needed to get them into shape. Ie. I need to find the time to edit out all the bloopers.
Among other reasons this is why the June one is still not up yet – but fingers crossed it should be very soon!
Anyway – as is a Black Sheep tradition – here’s a snap of some promo girls at the Landini stand that the Machinery boys commissioned:
The Landini designers were happy with the