Visit the UK’s leading indoor agricultural event, with eleven packed halls of the very latest in agricultural machinery and equipment. Now at the NEC, Birmingham this is free to attend and free to park.
A dairy farmer’s daughter, Louise worked for Farmers Guardian since 2013 and joined the publication after completing an agriculture degree at Newcastle University.
From Bashall Eaves, Clitheroe, Lancashire, she passed away on July 1, 2016, after a short but incredibly brave battle with a rare form of ovarian cancer.
Organisations and individuals from within the farming community, along with external groups and individuals who knew her, began raising money to help fund pioneering treatment she received at The Christie Hospital in Manchester.
The donations continued and the Louise Hartley Memorial Fund was launched after she died.
The 2018 applications for the Louise Hartley Scholarship Fund reached new heights this year as we were inundated with individuals wishing to seize the opportunity for the once-in-a-lifetime three-week study tour to New Zealand.