Great Yorkshire Show 2017
Diversification is a huge talking point in the current climate due to Brexit, and uncertainty within the rural sector, we wanted to take to opportunity to open the doors to diversification for farmers and rural businesses at this year’s Great Yorkshire Show. We have organised a busy schedule of events that include seminars and live diversification case studies to wine tasting and our annual drinks party.
Take a look at our schedule…
Great Yorkshire Show – Tuesday 11th July
11.00am – George F. White Stand (202)
Simon Britton and Miles Crossley look into a live farm diversification project with Park Lodge Shooting School to identify challenges and determine the factors that have contributed to its success.
3.00pm – NFU Stand, Sixth Avenue
Rural Practice Surveyor, Matthew Brown, and Head of Planning and Development, Richard Garland, give a Tenancy and Planning and Development update.
Great Yorkshire Show – Wednesday 12th July
9.30am – Seminar Room, Hall 1
Simon Britton explores the concept of diversification, looking at what business owners have already that could provide a new revenue stream and what diversification holds for business growth.
2.30pm – George F. White Stand (202)
Tony Cleary from Lanchester Wines discusses how diversification has allowed him to further pursue his goal of becoming the world’s first carbon-negative beverage business.
3.30pm – George F. White Stand (202)
Wine tasting with The Pip Stop, independent wine and beer retailer.
Great Yorkshire Show – Thursday 13th July
All Day – George F. White Stand (202)
Come and meet our Yorkshire Team and enjoy some light refreshments.
During the week we will be giving you the opportunity to enter various competitions to win some fantastic prizes from the likes of Park Lodge Shooting School, The Pip Stop and local producers, Tarte and Berry.
We look forward to seeing you there!
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