The British Science Museum plan to build a new exhibition that showcases the innovation and importance of UK farming and food
The Farmers Club Charitable Trust is seeking the support of AFCP charity members in developing leaders in agriculture.
FACE survey for you to suggest what knowledge, experiences and skills, relating to food, farming and the countryside, every young person should have? This is a chance for you to have a say on this important question. See details and survey.
Congratulations to Harper Adams Development Trust on increasing charitable funding for student scholarships
The 2017 AFCP Student Forum will take place on 5th April 2017 at University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield.
Programme & Presentations from the Annual Forum "Upskilling agriculture and food supply—where should charities focus?"
"Charities have a big role to play in upskilling the agri-food industry charities." - Debbie Beaton, new AFCP CEO, appointed from AFCP Annual Forum 23 November 2016
The AFCP AGM 2016 was held following the Forum on 23 November when the CEO presented his report to the Board.
The AFCP Board are very pleased to announce that Debbie Beaton will take up the role of AFCP CEO on 1st December 2016, following the retirement of Dr Paul Biscoe.
The National Land Based College website launched.
Royal Norfolk Agricultural Association produces significant report on engaging children with food, farming and the countryside
AFCP was registered as a company limited by guarantee in February 2008 and became a registered charity in June 2015. The Board and its Directors and advisors represent a range of charities and organisations from across the UK. See About Us.
Agrifood Charities Partnership is a Company limited by Guarantee 6510709 and is a Registered Charity No. 1162177 Registered Office: The Bullock Building, University Way, Cranfield MK43 0GH