Top speakers at the NFU's annual county meetings

Published 01 October 2021

East Anglia
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Bookings are now being taken for NFU East Anglia's annual county meetings this autumn.

Members can find out how the NFU is working at county, regional and national level on issues including labour, rural crime, trade deals, food security and the new Environmental Land Management scheme.

They will also have a chance to elect county representatives for the NFU’s regional commodity boards covering livestock, dairy and combinable crops.

NFU East Anglia Regional Director Gary Ford said: “We are facing a crucial period for British food and farming and I would urge members to get involved.

“These meetings will be a timely opportunity to find out how the NFU is working nationally, regionally and locally on your behalf. They will also be a chance for all of us to get together face-to-face again, after they were held virtually last year due to Covid-19 restrictions.

“I am look forward to meeting members and hearing their views.”

Please book your place by calling 01638 672100 or by emailing bWVldGluZ3NlYUBuZnUub3JnLnVr

Bedfordshire & Huntingdonshire
Monday 1 November, 7pm, Bedford Rugby Club. Speaker: Farm Africa CEO Dan Collison

Cambridgeshire
Thursday 11 November, 11.30am, Ely Golf Club. Speaker: NFU Vice President Tom Bradshaw

Essex
Monday 8 November, 7pm for 7.30pm, the Waltham Barns at Little Channels. Speaker: NFU Vice President Tom Bradshaw

Hertfordshire
Friday 5 November, 9.30am, Rothamsted Conference Centre, Brenchley Suite. Speaker: Neil Parish MP

Norfolk
Tuesday 2 November, 7.30pm, Easton College. Speaker: NFU Deputy President Stuart Roberts

Suffolk
Friday 19 November, 11.30am, Trinity Park, includes NFU Suffolk centenary lunch. Speaker: NFU President Minette Batters


 

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