FREE Future Farmers Event – 15th January 2020

An Evening with Will Evans of the Rock n Roll Farming Podcast

Reserve your seat:

It’s time for farmers to “take back January” – Join us at Byley Village Hall at 7:15 pm on 15th January 2020 to listen to Will Evans as he provides insight into how he uses his podcast to promote Agriculture – What better time to learn how farmers can positively educate the country into agricultural practices.

About Will

Frustrated with how farmers were being portrayed in the media, Welsh farmer Will started a podcast to interview farmers in a bid to dispel some of the myths surrounding agriculture and food production. Will now has over 15,000 thousand followers on twitter and 1,000 downloads to his podcast each week. He has also been recognised for championing British Farming. This is a fantastic opportunity to hear how we can utilise social media to spread a positive message about agriculture.

A Fantastic Opportunity

Our Future Farmers events do not just set out to offer expert advice and guidance, but it’s also a great opportunity to catch up with those likeminded individuals who you never quite get the chance to go to the pub with!

Reserve Your Seat

This is a FREE event, and food will be served afterward. However, we do ask that you please reserve your space.

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