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The charity provides homes for farming families living in England and Wales who have to leave the industry, through no fault of their own, and by doing so will lose their home.
Website: Addington Fund
Telephone: 01926 620135
Agrespect want to promote the countryside as a vibrant, tolerant and welcoming place for everyone irrespective of gender, ethnicity or sexual orientation. They want to help LGBTQ+ people and their families to understand that being different is something to be proud of. Being open about your sexuality shouldn’t be a barrier to leading a happy life and a fulfilling career in the countryside.
THE FARMING COMMUNITY NETWORK
FCN is a registered charity which offers pastoral and practical support to farming people and to the members of their family as they seek to resolve their problems and difficulties. Volunteers run a helpline where calls will be answered in person from 7am to 11pm every day of the year.
Website: Farmers’ Community Network
Helpline: 03000 111 999
Herefordshire Rural Hub
Herefordshire Rural Hub is a business support organisation which is led by farm and rural businesses across Herefordshire.
Contact number: 01432 870033
Website: Herefordshire Rural Hub
Kenilworth and District Agricultural Society
The Kenilworth and District Agricultural Society is a membership organisation which holds a series of social events throughout the year. The Society also organises the Kenilworth Show which is held on the first Saturday of June on Car Park 1, Stoneleigh Park.
Website: Kenilworth Show
Prince’s Countryside Fund
The Prince’s Countryside Fund gives grants to projects that help support the people who care for the countryside. It is supported by a unique collaboration of businesses working together to secure a sustainable future for British agriculture and the wider rural economy. So far the Fund has donated £3.87 million in grants, supported over 87 projects across the UK and helped more than 64,000 people since 2010.
Website: Princes’ Countryside Fund
ROYAL AGRICULTURAL BENEVOLENT INSTITUTION
R.A.B.I has been around since 1860 and is well established in the farming sector, providing help to those in financial difficulty. They offer financial support, practical care and guidance to farming people of all ages, including farmers, farmworkers and dependants. RABI strive to build personal relationships and will tailor their support to suit you. If they can’t directly provide what you need, they will do their best to liaise with other organisations and agencies on your behalf.
Contact number: 0808 2819490
Royal Agricultural Society of England
The Royal Agricultural Society of England works to provide support for business and social welfare in rural communities, education, and through shows and events. The Royal Agricultural Society of England is also a supporter of the Warwickshire Rural Hub.
Severn Rivers Trust
The Severn Rivers Trust is an independent environmental charity established to secure the preservation, protection, development and improvement of the rivers, streams, watercourses and water bodies in the Severn catchment, and to advance the education of the public in the management of water and the wider environment.
Warwickshire Wildlife Trust
Warwickshire Wildlife Trust aims to protect and enhance wildlife, natural habitats and geology throughout Warwickshire, Coventry and Solihull, and to encourage a greater awareness, appreciation and participation in all aspects of nature conservation and the environment. It manages 65 nature reserves spanning 800 hectares across Warwickshire.
Website: Warwickshire Wildlife Trust
Warwickshire Rural Watch
Warwickshire Rural Watch is a free scheme to help combat rural crime in Warwickshire. Sign up to receive incident alerts and news for your area and access crime prevention advice and information.
Website: Warwickshire Rural Watch
Warwickshire Young Farmers
Led by young people, for young people, Warwickshire Federation of Young Farmers’ Clubs or WFYFC for short, is dedicated to members aged between 10 to 26. Young Farmers provides them with the opportunity to take part in a variety of competitions, learn new skills and to meet lifelong friends. You don’t need to be involved in farming to be a Young Farmer – just someone who enjoys rural life and has a willingness to be involved.
Tel: 02476 696588
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Warwickshire Rural Hub Chairman
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c/o Pleasance Farm
Registration No: 7026157
Registered office: 23 West Bar Street, Banbury, OX16 9SA
Rural Hub Co-ordinator
Tel: 07780 159291
Warwickshire Rural Hub CIC Directors
Henry Lucas (Hub Chairman)
Graham Collier (Hub Deputy Chairman)
Hub Steering Group Members
George Bostock, NFU
Mark Dickin, Ellacotts Accountants
Tom Newbery, Highfield Farm
Alexandra Robinson, Wright Hassall LLP
Matt Willmott, King's Seeds
Jon Slee, Abbey Farm
Andrew Cook, Farmer
Emlyn Evans, Squab Hall
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