Date(s) - 22nd July 2021
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
About this event
Farming can be a challenging way of life, with its own particular issues. Sometimes it can be hard to know what to do or where to go for support, whether you simply want a listening ear from someone who understands farming and rural life or need help with running your business.
To find out how you can support your wellbeing and get the right help if and when you need it, join us for an evening of talks about mental health and wellbeing in farming.
Speakers include officers from Devon & Cornwall Police and Avon & Somerset Police who will be talking about domestic abuse, as well as dog theft and dog attacks on livestock and new dog-related legislation. Stephanie Berkeley from the Farm Safety Foundation will also join us to talk about Farm Safety Week which is the week of this session.
In addition, there will be an opportunity to ask questions to the speakers and Trading Standards Officers. You will be able to join this event anonymously if you wish, and there’s no need to join in, you can just sit and listen.
This event is being run by the Trading Standards Farming Partnership / Devon, Plymouth, Somerset and Torbay Trading Standards Service.
A link to the webinar will be sent out nearer the time.
If you can’t make the session, you can still register anyway and you’ll be emailed a link to the recording afterwards.
Registration will close at 3pm on Thursday 22 July. Book online here.
This is the fourth session in this series. You can view recordings of previous talks on the Devon, Plymouth, Somerset and Torbay Trading Standards Service website.