Become a co-owner of a farm in Worcester?

Posted on 08. Aug, 2014 by in Business, Environment & Nature, Featured

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Stroud’s Martin Large is one of those behind the idea for this farm: Stockwood CBS, ethical rural business park and farm. In this film Sebastian Parsons, family co-owner of Rush Farm (which inspired The Archers), explains why your involvement will bring benefits to local farming, wildlife, the community and you. For more information about co-owning/investing see: http://stockwoodcbs.org/

Is this a project that folk in Stroud might be interested in?

Update February 2015: Here’s a new animation about this farm: http://youtu.be/GwsEG77UwRs

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Director and Co-Founder of Stroud Community TV

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