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PCF Journal launch at Berry Bros. & Rudd

November 25, 2022

On Tuesday evening, we were thrilled to welcome guests to the magnificent Napoleon Cellar at Berry Bros. & Rudd for the launch of the new PCF Journal – a publication that covers some of the wide ranging work of the charity.

SEAS Farming Conference

November 21, 2022

On Wednesday 16th November the PCF attended the South of England Agricultural Society’s Farming Conference.

HM The King meets PCF farmers at Morrisons Head Office

November 8, 2022

His Majesty King Charles III today visited Morrisons Head Office in Bradford to meet people from Morrisons farming, community, sustainability and apprenticeship programmes and hear about their work, and staff and farmers from The Prince’s Countryside Fund (PCF).

The Prince’s Countryside Fund celebrates Farm Support Success at the House of Lords

November 4, 2022

The Prince’s Countryside Fund (PCF) brought together members of its Farm Support Group Initiative at the House of Lords, hosted by Baroness Kate Rock, to promote the success of their involvement in our recent Farm for the Future programme and to launch the accompanying evaluation report.

Waitrose and the PCF to support six projects through Happiness Grants

October 31, 2022

The Prince’s Countryside Fund (PCF) and Waitrose & Partners are thrilled to announce their new joint Happiness Grants, which will fund community grassroots projects addressing challenges such as food poverty, mental health, skills and development opportunities, and loneliness and isolation.

Applications now open for the Rural Start-Up Fund

October 14, 2022

The Prince’s Countryside Fund and Forest Holidays are inviting applications to the third year of the Rural Start-Up Fund,

Keith Halstead, Executive Director, visits communities in Norfolk and Suffolk supported through our Supporting Rural Communities grant programme

October 7, 2022

Free support for farming families across the UK

October 3, 2022

Farming families across the UK can now sign up for free business and environmental training from The Prince’s Countryside Fund.

Heritage bootmaker Le Chameau raises over £16,500 for The Prince’s Countryside Fund through ‘Imperfects’ initiative

September 8, 2022

Thank you to prestigious bootmakers Le Chameau who have raised £16,527 to support us at The Prince’s Countryside Fund through their ‘Imperfects’ initiative, which saw 10% of the money from the sales of boots being donated to the cause.

Michael Marks Charitable Trust supports Farm Resilience Programme

August 15, 2022

We are thrilled to announce that the Michael Marks Charitable Trust has contributed £5,000 to the 2022 Farm Resilience Programme.

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