Media and Press Releases
Press releases 2016
Magical Christmas farm visit for Telford school children
Educational charity The Country Trust organises a special Christmas themed day for children from John Randall Primary School to Morrells Wood Farm, Shropshire.
Children from Parkside School have a tasty time!
Educational charity The Country Trust teams up with local Head Chef to teach children how to cook tasty seasonal salads.
Tower Hamlets children discover pumpkins in Brentwood!
The Country Trust teams up with Calcott Hall Farm, Brentwood to bring the countryside alive for inner city children.
Disadvantaged children get farm visits boost thanks to CLA
Land and propoerty membership organisation, the CLA, awards grant to The Country Trust to extend the reach of its work
Inner-city London children learn life lessons from the Norfolk countryside
A group of London schoolchildren swapped the concrete jungle for the Norfolk countryside as part of a charitable project to reconnect inner city youngsters with the natural world.
Norwich school children make a meal out of growing!
A year of Food Discovery ends with a massive harvest feast for children at Mile Cross Primary School.
Children are in the market for learning about food
A year of Food Discovery ends with a busy playground market for children at Ward End Primary School.
Children have a top notch time at Tophouse Farm!
Thanks to funding from BASF, Hightown Junior & Infant School enjoy a Country Trust farm visit to Tophouse Farm, Rawcliffe Bridge.
Tower Hamlets school experiences “field to fork” for the first time
Pupils from Solebay Primary Academy travelled from their school in Tower Hamlets to Chatham Green near Chelmsford, to learn about food and farming.
Famous farmer favours farm visit!
Budding farmer and CBeebies presenter, JB Gill, once of boy band JLS, has joined school children on a visit to a farm.
First farm visit for primary children to Ditchingham Estate
Local farm and estate is keen to forge greater links with nearby schools to help increase children’s understanding of food and farming.
Sticking the boot in for charity!
Chelmsford College students support the work of education charity The Country Trust by making boot jacks for primary children.
Farm visit in a CLAAS of its own!
The Country Trust organise primary school visit to farm machinery supplier and local farm.
Young children “chick” out poultry farm!
The Country Trust organise first poultry farm visit for local primary school.
Press releases 2015
Ipswich children enjoy the fruits of their labours
A year of Food Discovery ends with a huge Harvest Feast for Whitehouse Primary School.