Date: Tuesday 16 April 2019
Location: Broomhall House, Charlestown, Dunfermline KY11 3DU
Sign up: via Eventbrite
This will be our fourth spring conference and we’re looking forward to another successful event, this time in the historic surroundings of Broomhall House.
The event is open to anyone with an interest in farming, and those who are thinking about diversifying in particular. For women working in Scottish agriculture, our events are an excellent opportunity to network, to share experiences and to exchange ideas.
10:30am Registration with tea and coffee
11:00am Welcome & Introduction to the day – Charles Bruce & June Geyer.
Prof Sally Shortall on the findings of the Government research on diversification with respect to women in the sector and implications thereon.
11:30am Steven Mitchell, Buffalo Farm,
12:00noon Open Farm Sunday – Rebecca Dawes, Jane Craigie Marketing
12:30pm Lunch – dining area
1:30pm Making the Most Of Your Farm Business – Planning and Resilience – Matthew Currie, Head of Rural Consultancy, Savills, Dumfries
3:30pm Summing up, followed by tea and coffee
Parking – there is ample parking at the event. Registration Fee includes lunch, teas or coffees.
Save the date!
Thursday 21 June ~ Breakfast Presentation with WIA Task Force,
Presidents Pavilion, Royal Highland Show
Wednesday 20 November ~ Agri-Scot event, tbc
Tuesday 26 November ~ Women in Agriculture Scotland Autumn Event,
Making Your Voice Heard! – Tuesday 6 November 2018