Following on from the Labour party conference, the NFU will also be at the Conservative party conference in Birmingham from Sunday 2 October through to Wednesday 5 October.
The NFU fringe events are an important part of political party conference activity and a chance for members to get involved. We'll be asking the Conservative party what their vision is for the future of farming and food security.
The event will bring together a range of speakers to discuss the Conservative party's vision for the future of domestic food production and the policies needed to support a thriving agriculture sector.
For rural and urban voters alike, food policy will be crucial at the next election, so we are asking how Labour would ensure British farmers can continue to deliver high-quality, affordable, and climate-friendly food for the nation while also protecting and caring for our environment.
NFU members should contact the West Midlands regional office if you wish to attend this fringe event.
Chair: Awaiting confirmation
Minette Batters - NFU President
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