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Rural Support webinar – Animal Welfare

2 May - 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm


Showcasing the range of rural support services available through our monthly webinar series.

The Rural Support and Wellbeing project, run by the Heart of the South West Trading Standards service, aims to raise awareness of the rural support services available to the farming community, through specialist workshops and representation at rural events, such as livestock markets and agricultural shows.

This project is being delivered in Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, and Somerset as part of the Future Farming Resilience programme, funded by DEFRA to support farmers and land managers. The support is free and available from October 2022 to any farmer or land manager currently in receipt of BPS payments.

The Wellbeing Webinar series is running on the first Thursday of every month through to December 2024. The theme of May’s webinar is animal welfare.

Our guest speakers for this next webinar are from the following organisations:

  • Heart of the South West Trading Standards Service: Rural Team
  • Animal Plant & Health Agency (APHA)


This workshop is available to any farmer or land manager in Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, and Somerset currently in receipt of BPS payments. To be eligible to participate in the Future Farming Resilience project and receive subsequent 1:1 support or attend further workshops, you will be required to complete a Monitoring Information form. Forms will be provided by your advisor, at a workshop, or emailed to you after an online workshop. Please ensure forms are completed swiftly. Please be aware that BIP may limit further access to specialist workshops or 1:1 advice, if the form is not completed.

If you have any questions please call us on 01837 659 059 or email team@businessinfopoint.co.uk. Please check our privacy policy and Devon County Council’s privacy policy to see how we store and manage your submitted data.


2 May
6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
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United Kingdom


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Future Farming Resilience