Tenancy focus at the NFU National Tenant Farmers' Conference

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The NFU is once again pleased to hold the biennial NFU National Tenant Farmers' Conference at the Haycock Hotel, Peterborough.

A must-attend event for tenant farmers, this year's agenda is packed with a vibrant list of speakers who will provide insightful knowledge to help you and your farming business.

The theme of this year's conference is 'The future of land tenure in a new agricultural era' and will see NFU officeholders and staff, plus experts in the tenancy field, take to the stage.

Chaired by NFU Vice President Stuart Roberts and NFU Tenants Forum Chairman Chris Cardell, speakers include NFU President Minette Batters, director of land and nature at the National Trust Mark Harold and Wentworth estates manager Anthony Barber-Lomax.                   

NFU members can book a place by contacting their Regional Office here.

More details on the conference will follow nearer the time. Here's an outline of the programme:

9am: Registration opens with coffee and breakfast rolls

Welcome: Stuart Roberts, NFU Vice President (Chair)                              

Session 1Minette Batters, NFU President; Mark Harold, Director of Land and Nature, National Trust; Anthony Barber-Lomax, Estates Manager, Wentworth Estate. 

Session 2: Louise Stapes, NFU Senior Rural Surveyor; Tim Heddema, Agricultural Counsellor, Embassy of the Netherlands; Joel Woolf, Partner, Wright Hassall LLP; Gail Soutar, NFU Chief EU Exit and International Trade Adviser.

Session 3: Chris Cardell, NFU Tenants Forum Chair; Tom Addison, Farmer, Buckinghamshire: Matt Redman, Farmer, Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire; Mark Fletcher and James Woodhouse, Farmers, Norfolk.

Summary: Stuart Roberts, NFU Vice President. 

Event details

Starts: 14 November 2019 at 09:00

Ends: 14 November 2019 at 15:30

Event Cost: Free

Location: Haycock Hotel, Peterborough, PE8 6JA

Please note: Above location is approximate and is based on the event’s postcode.

Published on: 22 October 2019

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