Latest news

Latest news

Morrisons renews support for a further three years

March 10, 2022

The new agreement, which will run until 2025, includes continued support for our farm resilience programmes, in addition to the introduction of a new Carbon Workshop open to members of the Farm Resilience Network.

Market Harborough FRP group visit with Aldi

March 3, 2022

Last week, PCF Programme Officer, Fiona, joined Georgina Brooks, Aldi’s National Corporate Responsibility Assistant, at the Market Harborough Farm Resilience Programme group for their final core workshop.

Our grants programme is open for applications

March 3, 2022

Do you have a vision for your village? The Prince’s Countryside Fund grants programme could make it happen.

National Free Wills Month

March 1, 2022

At The Prince’s Countryside Fund, we aim to provide optimism, hope and practical guidance to those in the British countryside who need it most.

Up to Speed farmers detail benefits of scheme at six months

February 23, 2022

Now past the halfway-point of the 2021-22 Up to Speed scheme—a collaboration between The Prince’s Countryside Fund and New Holland that awards family farms a loan of a New Holland machine for 12 months—this year’s winners are providing insights into how the machines have impacted day-to-day work on their farms.

Our new Farm Advisory Group

February 21, 2022

The newly established PCF Farm Advisory Group had their inaugural meeting on 15 February.

Visit to Englefield Estate’s FRP Environment Workshop

February 17, 2022

Visit to Englefield Estate’s FRP Environment Workshop

Resilient farmers in northern England

February 14, 2022

Last week (8th to 11th February) The Prince’s Countryside Fund’s Programme Officer Fiona Parker travelled to the north of England last week to visit the Slaggyford and Newcastle Farm Resilience Programme (FRP) groups

Farming for the Future on Exmoor

February 10, 2022

Hannah Parry, our Senior Project Officer recently visited Exmoor to attend a workshop on farm diversification.

PCF chosen as SEAS charity of the year

February 9, 2022

The Prince’s Countryside Fund is proud to be the South of England Agricultural Society’s Charity of the Year.

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