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Farmers' Networking Supper Strengthens Connections Within Our Princethorpe Community

Princethorpe hosted its first successful networking event for families past and present, who work in the farming sector.

On Tuesday 7 February, Princethorpe College hosted its first successful networking event for families past and present, who work in the farming and agribusiness sector. The evening was designed to bring farming professionals together, foster new connections, exchange ideas, build relationships and allow attendees to explore potential business opportunities.

During the evening the attendees heard from Jules Mold on the diversification of her and husband David’s farming exploits at Meadow Field Glamping, as well as from Dr Mathias Foo from the University of Warwick who spoke about his research into the use of light in agricultural practice. Both sessions were fascinating and informing and prompted many conversations.

The evening event was a great success, providing valuable opportunities for attendees to connect and learn from each other.

Steve Kowal, Development Director, said: “We would like to thank all our farming visitors and speakers for their participation and support in making the evening a success. We look forward to continuing to engage with the farming sector and building enduring and mutually beneficial relationships that support both our continued success”.

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