Seminar to focus on health and wellbeing of those in farming and agriculture
The free event includes short presentations and open discussions
The health and wellbeing of those who work in the farming and agriculture industries in our area will be the focus of a seminar taking place at St Mary’s Church in Banbury this Saturday.
A number of short presentations will set the scene for open discussions on the issues that are currently foremost in the minds of farming and agricultural supply businesses.
The panel will be drawn from a range of those involved in farming, providing an insight into how to cope with Wellbeing in Agriculture. Discussions will be led by the Reverend Neil Bowler, Rector of the Wykeham Benefice, who is experienced in rural matters and recognises the importance of a healthy rural life.
Speakers will include Alasdair Lowe, who works in farms management and is an agricultural adviser. Staff and pupils from the school farm at Warriner School in Bloxham will also offer an insight into how being involved with farming helps youngsters with their development.
Tickets are free for the event, which starts at 2pm. They can be booked on the St Mary’s Church website.
The afternoon forms part of the church’s 200th year anniversary arts festival.
Published: by Banbury FM Newsteam