The controversial subject of food security will be the subject of discussion at the Farmers Weekly debate at the Game Fair next Friday (24 July).
The debate will bring together a high-profile panel of speakers: NFU president Peter Kendall, FW columnist David Richardson, CLA president Henry Aubrey Fletcher and Natural England chief exec Helen Phillips.
The question they’ll address will be “Should we be worrying about food security in Britain?” and the audience will have a chance to participate and make their own views heard.
The debate, entry to which is free for anyone already in the Game Fair, takes place in the Game Fair Theatre (E607) at 4.15pm on Friday, 24 July.
You can listen to a radio interview of FW’s Tim Relf previewing the debate (plus hear previews selection of other debates) on Game Fair Radio.
If you can’t make it to the Game Fair, which takes place at Belvoir Castle in Leicestershire, put have a question you’d like asked to the panel, or a point you’d like made, you can add them to the thread on the subject on our website forums.