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The South of England Agricultural Society is a registered charity that funds and supports agricultural education and countryside learning. Central to the Society’s remit is the provision of educational events, grants, awards, bursaries and scholarships for people with an interest or involvement in farming, agriculture and other related land based industries.Visit Website
The Yorkshire Agricultural Society offers a range of educational events and courses that cover all aspects of food, farming, and the countryside. Our educational programmes attract schools and teachers from across Yorkshire to the showground, which offers the perfect location for hands-on interactive learning.Visit Website
Promoting the essential role of science and innovation in protecting food, parks, gardens, roads and railways. Advocating good stewardship, better regulation and best practice.Visit Website
Kids Country is the East of England Agricultural Society’s food and farming education programme for young people. Our annual programme of events is aimed at Key Stages 1, 2 and 3Visit Website
Landex – ‘Land Based Colleges Aspiring to Excellence’ is a subscriber organisation with 36 member Colleges and Universities in England and 3 Members in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. To qualify for membership the provider must deliver significant volumes of education and training in land based occupational areas.Visit Website
The animal medicines industry is dedicated to providing safe, effective, quality products for the treatment and welfare of all animals, large or small. The National Office of Animal Health (NOAH) has been representing the companies that research, develop, manufacture and market licensed animal medicines in the UK since 1986.Visit Website
AF is the largest agricultural purchasing group in the UK, purchasing almost 1/10th of the UK's key farm inputs. The group continues to grow, providing a highly-professional procurement service for more than 3,500 shareholder members who are collectively farming over a million hectares of land in the UK. With more than 50 years of experience working with farmer-members, AF's expert buyers secure savings across an extensive portfolio of products and services and offer an unparalleled level of member service and administrative support.
Willows Activity Farm is a Children’s Farm based in Hertfordshire.Visit Website
Cheshire Agricultural Society organises the Royal Cheshire County Show and is committed to supporting local farmers, producers and agricultural businesses.
The Ernest Cook Trust is one of the UK’s leading outdoor learning charities. Rooted in the conservation and management of the countryside, the Trust actively encourages children and young people to learn from the land through hands-on outdoor learning opportunities on its estates and by offering grants.Visit Website
Working towards a sustainable and fair future for Welsh farmers.Visit Website
The Glendale Agricultural Society hosts the Premier Agricultural Show in North Northumberland every August Bank Holiday. The Society also organises the hugely successful Children's Countryside Day every June.Visit Website
The Kent County Agricultural Society supports agriculture, horticulture, forestry and other related industries through grants to individuals, school visits, financial support to Kent Young Farmers Clubs, organising an education day for nearly 3000 primary school children and the annual Kent County Show. Visit our website for more information.Visit Website
The Lincolnshire Agricultural Society's rich history began in 1869. For over 130 years the Society has dedicated itself to promoting food, farming and the countryside through events such as the Lincolnshire Show. Learn about our journey and how the Showground continues to develop and grow year on year.Visit Website
With over 24,500 members and 615 clubs, the National Federation of Young Farmers’ Clubs (NFYFC) is one of the largest rural youth organisations in the UK.Visit Website
The Newbury and District Agricultural Society was formed in 1909, today the Society is a registered charity.Visit Website
Uniting the Farm Attraction Industry, the National Farm Attraction Network (NFAN) has over 250 Members and is the only independent co-operative for farm and rural attractions. Started in 1996, NFAN delivers professional support and assistance across a number of areas.Visit Website
Riggmoor Reindeer & Mobile petting Farm bring the mobile petting farm to you, a full menagerie of livestock and farm theme resources into your school making a visit from us the perfect way to cover many topic within the curriculum.Visit Website
The Royal Agricultural University (RAU) has been at the forefront of agricultural education and a key contributor to the land-based sector for more than 170 years. Today, the RAU has more than 1,200 students studying agriculture, animal science, business, environment, equine science, farm management, food, real estate and rural land management. The University, which is based in Cirencester, Gloucestershire, prides itself on its links with industry and all courses are designed to meet the demands of the employment market for land-based expertise, both in the UK and worldwide.Visit Website
The Society was founded in 1777 with the aims of encouraging agriculture, arts, manufacture and commerce.Visit Website
The Royal Cornwall Agricultural Association are the organisers of the Royal Cornwall Show. The aims of the association are to promote high standards in agriculture, to support Cornwall's impressive agricultural industries and to stimulate development through demonstrations of good practice and new ideas.Visit Website
We are the leading UK charity dedicated to supporting city farms, community gardens, care farms & other green spaces. Read more at https://www.farmgarden.org.uk/potted-history#vJM2sTXViuA8oRyY.99Visit Website
The Soil Association is the UK’s leading membership charity campaigning for healthy, humane and sustainable food, farming and land use.Visit Website
The Surrey County Agricultural Society (SCAS) exists to promote the best in Surrey agriculture and farming. SCAS organises several annual events – as well as providing fabulous family days out. Their flagship event is the Surrey County Show which has been a feature in the agricultural calendar since 1954. The show is held at Stoke Park in Guildford and welcomes up to 40,000 visitors for a day of spectacular entertainment, top quality competition, food and drink and shopping. SCAS also organises the annual Surrey Game and Country Fair, held in the beautiful setting of Loseley Park. On the same day as the Fair is the Surrey County Ploughing Match which brings together tractor, horticultural and horse ploughing with ploughmen travelling from all over the UK to compete.Visit Website
The Royal Norfolk Agricultural Association (RNAA) is a registered charity, founded in 1847 to promote the image, understanding and prosperity of agriculture and the countryside, primarily through its hosting of the Royal Norfolk Show, the county’s annual two day agricultural show.Visit Website
The Country Trust is a national education charity dedicated to bringing alive the working countryside for children least able to access it.Visit Website
Founded on 8 September 1777, The Royal Bath & West of England Society is the oldest Agricultural Society in the country. It was conceived originally ‘for the encouragement of Agriculture, Arts, Manufactures and Commerce in the Counties of Somerset, Wilts, Gloucester and Dorset’ and the Society’s mission remains the same to this very day.Visit Website
West Lodge’s mission is to share their enthusiasm for the countryside where children and adults of all ages can have hands on experiences of farm and country life. The farm has won conservation awards and continues to manage and protect the 540 acre site. A visit to West Lodge gives you the opportunity to explore the whole farm, the livestock (animals) the woods, the fields, the streams and the machinery. Visitors can also handle the rabbits and guinea pigs in cuddle corner, take a pony ride, watch the very popular piglet race or play in the adventure playground.Visit Website
The Westmorland County Agricultural Society is dedicated to promoting the following objectives: agriculture, horticulture, allied industries, rural crafts, and breeding of livestock, forestry conservation, with focus concentrated on a radius of 55 miles of the Society showfield at Lane Farm, Crooklands, Milnthorpe, Cumbria.Visit Website