The Farmer Network is a not for profit organisation solely developed to help, support and guide farmers by providing services and benefits to two distinct local communities, the Yorkshire Dales and Cumbria. It is run by farmers for farmers.
Our aim is to support local farmers to work together to save costs, increase income, knowledge and skills, and cope with paperwork. Read More
19 January 2015 at 7pm
The Wensleydale Pantry, Hawes.North Yorkshire
Domestic Membership Fuel Buying Scheme
Entitles non farmers to join the Farmer Network and benefit from discounts on buying heating oil through our fuel buying schemes in Cumbria and the Yorkshire Dales.
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The Princes Countryside Fund has given The Farmer Network further funding to support the training voucher scheme we are running. The £200 vouchers are available at one per membership and targeted at farmers aged 15 - 40. The vouchers can be put towards any technical training and is on a first come first serve basis.
The young farmers that we had on our waiting list over the summer have been awarded their vouchers and are now able to put them towards the training of their choice.
The funding for the vouchers is limited so The Farmer Network decided to give priority to new applicants and those who have had 2 or more training vouchers in the past will be put on a waiting list and if at the end of the scheme year money is left the voucher will then be given.
For further details contact Melanie Mawson at Head Office on 01768868615.
Farmer Network Labour Directory
We have funding to increase and add to the Farmer Network Labour Directory, which will enable farmers and contractors to market their services to farmers in Cumbria and the Yorkshire Dales; more details on the flier.
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Cumbria Yorkshire Dales
The Farmer Network
The Grasmere Building,
Newton Rigg College,
Penrith, Cumbria, CA11 0AH
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