The CLA and the NFU have come together with HSE, Defra, Kent County Council, the Countryside Alliance, the Tenant Farmers Association and The Kennel Club to run an informative and engaging webinar. The aim of this event is to bring together the farming community for a briefing and discussion on how to reduce the risk to members of the public using public rights of way that cross fields where livestock graze.
We will provide both practical advice and statutory information for you to follow to reduce risk both to the public, your herds and your business.
Our Chair for the event will be Hugh Broom, Surrey Farmer and Farmers Weekly Podcast Presenter, and the speakers include
- Stuart Roberts, Deputy President, NFU
- Mark Tufnell, Deputy President, CLA
- Dr. Stephen Britton, HM Inspector of Health and Safety at the Health and Safety Executive
- Claire Horton, Head of Access, Defra
- Graham Rusling, Public Rights of Way and Access Service Manager from Kent County Council
On the panel, we also have
- James Legge, Head of Political, Countryside Alliance
- Robert Martin, Vice-Chairman, Tenant Farmers Association
- Stephen Jenkinson, Access and Countryside Adviser to the Kennel Club
who will be providing case studies and advice.
The event will run for approximately 90 minutes. You will hear from all of our speakers before we open up to a panel discussion, followed by an audience Q&A session. If you have any questions in advance of the event, please email them to firstname.lastname@example.org
Places are limited so book your place today by clicking on the Book Now button below.
On registering you will receive a confirmation email. The joining instructions, including the Zoom link, will be sent to you 24 hours before the event. Please note, the link is valid for one person only so please do not pass it on.
If you have any questions or problems registering in advance of the event, please contact the CLA Events Team at email@example.com