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TV farmer Adam Henson to share his views
2:39pm Friday 11th May 2012 in Eco info
A CHANCE to quiz TV’s Adam Henson on his views on farming and working in television is on the cards at the first Members’ Open Evening to be held by the Yorkshire Agricultural Society.
Well-known as a presenter on BBC One’s Countryfile, Adam will share his passion for the industry and his own career story at the event on Monday, May 21, at the Great Yorkshire Showground. The event is open to members and prospective members and there will also be the chance for a behind-the-scenes insight into his work on Countryfile.
Nigel Pulling, chief executive of the Society, said: “Adam has become one of the most recognisable faces in farming and has a huge influence on how the public see our industry.
As well as giving a talk, Adam is happy to take questions so the evening will be a wonderful opportunity to tease out his opinions and thoughts on farming today and into the future.”
The event, which takes place in Pavilions of Harrogate, begins at 7pm, and includes a two-course Yorkshire supper. Tickets cost £22.50 per person. For further information, phone Jayne Dyer on 01423 546201. Tickets can be booked on 01423 541000 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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