2016 Press Releases
The SAA's education activities are in full swing. The quest to find the Suffolk Farming School of the Year 2017 has begun with entries invited from primary schools across Suffolk.
The Schools Show Garden Competition is open to all Suffolk primary schools at key stage 1 and 2. To take part in the challenge, schools are tasked with designing and building a 3m x 3m Show Garden reflecting the theme ‘Made in Suffolk’.
Cardiology staff at Ipswich Hospital will receive specialist training on the very latest techniques to further improve care thanks to a generous donation from a grateful former patient.
Agricultural leaders from across the region joined together at Trinity Park, Ipswich for the annual showcase of farming excellence and innovation. Now into its fifth year, the Suffolk Agricultural Association Awards Dinner celebrates best practise from food, farming and countryside businesses across Suffolk, Norfolk and Essex.
The SAA's Annual Agricultural Awards evening is fast approaching. Trinity Park to host careers event, the Suffolk Skills Show. Pigs Gone Wild Auction reached an enormous total for St Elizabeth Hospice. An impressive Farmer's Weekly Awards Win for Suffolk Show Senior Steward of Sheep. - read more.
The Suffolk Agricultural Association is pleased to announce that following the success of last year’s Autumn Horse Show, this year’s event will be held on Sunday 11th September. The Horse Show has been championed and organised by members of the Suffolk Show team and will, once again, be a fundraising event to support the SAA’s educational initiatives - read more.
Leaders from the food and farming sector will be joined by MPs and councillors for a one day conference to highlight the importance of reliable water sources to irrigating crops grown in East Suffolk - read more.