Last month we were hugely honoured to receive the award for Outstanding Rural Diversification Project at the Rural Business Awards, South West. Jemma Clifford and Anna Price established the Rural Business Awards in 2014 with the aim to acknowledge and celebrate the vital contributions made by companies to the development and success of the rural sector throughout the country and to raise awareness nationally of the impact that rural businesses have on the UK economy, communities and people.
Frogmary Green Farm - Then and Now
We inherited the farm in 2006 and we have worked hard to shape our business into what it is today. We continually seek out positive change and find ways to improve farming techniques in order to protect the environments and communities that we are part of.
Living and working in rural industries is challenging and our experience has taught us that you have to be ready to react to change. At Frogmary Green Farm we have looked for ways to enhance what we do here by inviting our community to take part in it; whether it’s through education for school children at The S.H.E.D, our on-farm classroom, learning new cookery skills on one of our courses or bringing businesses together at our conference centre.
We have always kept community matters in mind when deciding how to diversify and we enjoy giving back when we can with free family events throughout the year where people can come together to enjoy the surroundings and each others company. We enjoy growing and changing for the better with respect for the environment and sustainable activity at the heart of everything we offer here at Frogmary Green Farm.
CLICK HERE to find out more about the sustainable activities that we conduct here on the farm.
A HUGE THANK YOU
We would like to say a massive THANK YOU to everyone at the Rural Business Awards for the award and for the wonderful evening spent at the awards ceremony. Also to everyone who supports us on a daily basis including our staff, all the businesses we work alongside, our community and our friends and family.
If you would like to know more about the Rural Business Awards, head to their website here>
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