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Administrator Opportunity for Herefordshire Rural Hub

In preparation for the retirement of Fran our existing Administrator, Herefordshire Rural Hub are seeking a friendly, approachable and proactive self-starter to join our team. This role has the opportunity to develop and expand its remit over time as our organization...

February newsletter out today!

This month's newsletter has updates on : - Events coming up in January & February - Business advice available to support you as you adapt from BPS payments - Grants available locally - Upcoming training courses - An exciting job opportunity with the Hub!  ...

Programme Manager role with Herefordshire Rural Hub

To support the continued development and expansion of Herefordshire Rural Hub we are seeking a Programme Manager to join our team.This is an exciting opportunity to develop and manage the Wyescapes project, to be funded by DEFRA’s Landscape Recovery scheme. The...

Wyescapes Landscape Recovery bid successful!

We have been told this morning that our application to DEFRA's Landscape Recovery scheme has been successful! The bid was supported by 36 landowners stretching from Leominster to Goodrich, covering 4500hectares of farmland. The Wyescapes Landscape Recovery scheme will...

Meet CXCS this months “Go To Business”

We ask Karen Powell, Managing Director at CXCS, for her views on agriculture and what the future holds for farms in our county1 Tell us what CXCS does? We’re specialists in agricultural compliance, so help English and Welsh farmers prepare for inspections, secure...

Finance Officer Role

To support the continued development and expansion of Herefordshire Rural Hub we are seeking a Finance Officer to join our team. This role has the opportunity to develop and expand its remit over time as our organization continues to grow. The Finance Officer role is...

Free advice on Optimal Shelterbelts

Optimal Shelterbelts (OSBs) play an important role in maintaining the functionality of farm   ecosystems and deliver a multitude of benefits, most importantly regulating the water cycle, preventing soil erosion and improving wildlife habitats. A small amount of...

Environment Agency Remote Inspections

400 farmers in Herefordshire have received letters from the Environment Agency's remote inspection team this week identifying potential beaches of Rule 6 the Farming Rules for Water which requires appropriate action to be taken to prevent soil erosion and runoff. We...

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