First 75 tickets sold for the Oxford Real Farming Conference

Nov 12, 2013


The Oxford Real Farming Conference (ORFC) – Has 25 Early Bird tickets left. 

This year ORFC – Building the Renaissance – tickets are sold on a sliding scale – ticket prices increase the more are sold.

The first 100 tickets are available at only £15 for both days of the conference. These are almost gone now and ticket prices will then increase.

So visit our booking page now to make sure you get one.

Also don’t forget to buy tickets for the rest of the conference at the same time.

The full programme for our two day conference is now available, it is split into three parts:
Farm Days (separate ticket required) – details here
New Generation, New Ideas – programme here   
Big Picture Thinking – programme here                

Please be aware that the conference is run as a fringe with all 3 programmes running parallel. 

The online debate has already begun, so check our Twitter and Facebook page to join the discussion about what real farming means.

Our mailing address is:

Oxford Real Farming Conference

20 Dove House Close

Oxford, Oxfordshire OX2 8BG

United Kingdom
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