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We are sorry to announce that we have made the decision to postpone the upcoming Diversification event and Britain’s Fittest Farmer heats and final due to concerns over COVID-19.

Over the past few weeks we have been closely monitoring the situation and have been adhering to the advice issued each day by the Government and Public Health England.

To ensure we run safe events for all we feel that it is best to postpone these events until the situation has been contained.

Upcoming events

JUNE
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Webinar: Coronavirus

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Farmers Apprentice

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NOVEMBER
11

Future Farm Technology Expo 2020

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Britain’s Fittest Farmer

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Farmers Weekly Awards

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