The Future of Food and the Countryside with Minette Batters President
Join NFU president Minette Batters in the garden at Arundells as she discusses this very topical subject. Tea and cake will be served after the talk as you mull over what you have just heard, and the house will be open to explore at your leisure.
Minette runs a tenanted family farm in Wiltshire. The mixed farming business includes a 100 cow continental cross suckler herd, and a small herd of pedigree Herefords as well as sheep and arable. Diversification includes the conversion of a 17th Century tythe barn into a wedding and corporate events venue, and horse liveries. Minette co-founded the campaigning initiatives ‘Ladies in Beef’ and the ‘Great British Beef Week’.
She has been an NFU member from grassroots through to County Chairman; she served as Wiltshire’s Council delegate and also as Regional Board Chairman for the South West. Minette has also been a member of NFU Governance Board and served as NFU Deputy President for four years from 2014 to 2018. Minette is also a Trustee of Farm Africa.
Arundells is closed to the public on a Thursday so if you arrive early, please wait by the gates and we will come and let you in, the gates will open for entrance from 2:30pm.
There will be loos available on site, including an accessible loo, but no there is no parking at Arundells, we recommend using city centre car parks or you could book a space in the Cathedral car park.
All tickets are non refundable but you are very welcome to pass them on to friends or family if you are unable to attend.
When: Thursday 7th July, 3pm (entrance to the garden from 2:30pm)
Where: The Marquee in the garden at Arundells, Cathedral Close, Salisbury, SP1 2EN
What is Included: The talk will be followed by tea & cake in the garden and the house will be open to explore
59 Cathedral Close Wiltshire SP1 2EN
Thu 7 July