Farming Education: The Country Trust

An Important Press Release from Our Friends at The Country Trust:  Leaving the European Union and the Common Agricultural Policy provides an opportunity for agricultural reform. The government has launched a consultation for the future of food, farming and the environment and wants to know your thoughts on the future of agricultural policy in England. The Country Trust is particularly keen to see that education remains as a … Continue reading Farming Education: The Country Trust

Changing Seasons at Raveningham

BY PHIL HESMONDHALGH Children from Mile Cross Primary School, Norwich enjoy a fabulous return visit to impressive Raveningham Estate in South Norfolk, to learn how food is produced and see first-hand the changes that happen on the farm at different times of the year. Earlier this summer, a class of Year 3 children from Mile Cross Primary School enjoyed a visit to Raveningham Estate to … Continue reading Changing Seasons at Raveningham

Country Trust

Friends of Country Squire Magazine – The Country Trust – have issued a press release. The Country Trust do a brilliant job bringing the countryside to disadvantaged primary school children. We are happy to publish it below: Bringing the wonders of the countryside alive for city children Thanks to a donation from specialist caterers Caterlink to educational charity The Country Trust, children from three London … Continue reading Country Trust

Classroom Lambing

CSM EDITORIAL Our friends at The Country Trust Charity released a press release this week regarding beaming footage of lambing into the classrooms of city children. We here at Country Squire Magazine are very happy to cover this wonderful initiative. Here it is below: Bringing the wonders of lambing into the classroom Educational charity The Country Trust install a “LambCam” on a working farm in … Continue reading Classroom Lambing

Countryside Access – The Country Trust

EDITORIAL The Forgotten Countryside is not a meme created by those who inhabit Britain’s countryside to hit the Government and other politicians with. It is a genuine complaint. Far too often over the years we have been saddled with bureaucrats who rarely set foot in the countryside, city-dwelling journalists who cast aspersions on countryside dwellers, effortlessly calling them yokels, bumpkins and grockles, and a BBC … Continue reading Countryside Access – The Country Trust