With a mission to “connect people with the countryside”, the Countryside Education Trust (CET) welcomes hundreds of visitors each year to learn about rural life and farming.
The Trust, based near Beaulieu in the beautiful New Forest in Hampshire, is a chosen charity of the law firm Thrings, a Polymedia client.
As part of a campaign to celebrate and strengthen the relationship between the Agricultural law specialists at Thrings and food producers in the region, Polymedia is producing a series of “Thrings Eats” articles to appear in Hampshire Life magazine.
The series is being run in support of the CET, with the Trust’s work featuring in the first article – read that in full here. Other articles include a piece on local salami producer Parsonage Farm, whose owners John and Sarah Mills moved into charcuterie production following a grant from a fund headed by the Prince of Wales, and a forthcoming interview on former Formula One champion Jody Scheckter, who now produces buffalo mozzarella and ice cream from Laverstoke Park Farm.
PR strategy specialists Polymedia also support the CET with pro bono services as part of our work for Thrings, including support with social media and regional media, and LinkedIn training sessions for the team.