Fighting for rural regeneration

Davies, Robert
September 2006
Farmers Weekly;9/15/2006, Vol. 145 Issue 11, p34
Trade Publication
The article features young entrepreneur Christine Hope, owner of the Farmer's Barn village shop in Longtown, England. Hope is a graduate of rural estate management from Seale Hayne College. She has reopened the village shop and incorporated it with the post office where her mother had worked. The Farmer's Barn shop won several local and national awards including the Shell Livewire Award. The shop and post office offer organic and Fair Trade products.


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