The key note speaker will be Wilfred Emmanuel-Jones (The Black Farmer) who will talk on the subject of making the most of seeing things differently. A range of representatives from other local organisations will also discuss their thoughts and ideas.
Charlotte Dancer, from the AONB team, says; “We have a great variety of speakers lined up, who will look at the challenges for our rivers and communities, our changing landscapes, farming and new perspectives on learning for the next generation.”
The Forum will begin at 2:30pm and will finish at 7pm. A locally sourced buffet will be served by Something Nice Catering, Lezant, and Tamar Grow Local will set up their Market Stall for the chance to buy local produce.
Booking is essential by 13th February as space is limited. Please call 01822 835030 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.