More than 230 farmers, their employees and families swopped overalls for black tie on Friday 26 October to celebrate at the Suffolk Agricultural Association’s inaugural Agricultural Awards dinner at Trinity Park.
The inaugural Regional Agricultural Awards Dinner is organised by the Suffolk Agricultural Association and will be held on Friday 26 October 2012 at Trinity Park, Ipswich
Today sees the launch of the Best Alternative Land Enterprise (BALE) Award 2012 to find the best farming diversification initiative.
Suffolk Show Announces Full Details of Refunds Following Cancellation of the Second Day of this Year's Show.
A CHANGE in format to a prestigious Suffolk farming competition has sparked impressive early entries from rural businesses around the county.
The School Farm and Country Fair took place on Thursday 26 April at Trinity Park, Ipswich. The Fair, which is in its twelfth year, is organised by the Suffolk Agricultural Association to revive children’s interest in the countryside and farming.
Organisers of this year’s Suffolk Show have announced an impressive line-up for 2012, which is sure to make this year one of the best events ever.
Tickets are now on sale for the International Polo to be held at Trinity Park on 30 June 2012.
The 2012 Suffolk Show, taking place on 7th and 8th June will see the launch of Fifth Avenue, a high end shopping village located at the heart of the show’s attractions, close to the Grand Ring.
International polo players will head to Suffolk this summer to play in two special matches at Trinity Park.
A PANEL of judges have begun deliberations to pick the 2011 BALE Award Champion of Champions.
Twenty of the finest farms in Suffolk took part in the Suffolk Agricultural Association’s annual Farm Business Awards on 20 and 21 June.
The future for work in farming and agricultural related industries was unearthed by Suffolk students as they took to the fields to learn more about the diversity of career opportunities available to them during the third Food and Farming Student Day this week. (June 21)
After 14 weeks of watering and watching, seed potatoes planted by pupils from three Suffolk schools in a special Grow Your Own Potatoes challenge a few weeks ago finally saw the light of day.