Onwards & Upwards: CSM 2017

CSM EDITORIAL

Dear Readers,

With traffic continuing to grow in a way we never imagined and three months of producing the magazine under our belt, Country Squire Magazine continues to flourish. Thanks to You.

We have reached a point now where we feel we have listened to what You want. We have studied what You enjoy reading and what You don’t read so much. We have taken in feedback sent to us by many of You, for which we are mighty grateful.

On Monday 30th January, we shall be publishing a Farmers’ Questionnaire – asking British Farmers what they want out of a Post Brexit deal for Farmers. We shall publish some of the questionnaires as interviews and also put out a summary of our findings around Easter time, a few weeks after Article 50 is invoked.

The 7 Country Squire campaigns we have chosen going forward, for now, are the following:

  • Flooding
  • Countryside Housing & Homelessness
  • Coastal Resort Improvement
  • Dog Theft
  • Mental Illness in Farming Communities
  • Rural Broadband
  • A Good Brexit Deal for Farmers

We look forward to batting for You. We look forward to laughing with You. We hope to interest, inspire and entertain You over coming years – as well as coming up with the occasional scoop to surprise You with.

As we gather momentum during 2017, we also hope to meet more of You. We intend to hold a series of dinners later in the year where we can get to hear directly from You and get to understand our readership better.

These are interesting times. We are highly connected to Westminster and other reforming powerbases. So, use us. Get in touch with us.

Let us shape – together – a better British Countryside.

Again, thanks.

Yours,

All at CSM

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2 thoughts on “Onwards & Upwards: CSM 2017

  1. The countryside needs a voice!Up to now we have been ignored by successive governments beacause…well we live away from London,so we dont matter to the people in the Westminster bubble!Perhaps after Brexit they will start to listen to our food producers & guardians of the countryside & the environment!

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