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'Business Planning For Community Growers' is a course taking place over four sessions. It has been designed to help community growers get to grips with strategic planning and produce a business plan for their project.

Other sessions in the series cover marketing, financial planning, legal structures and bringing it all together. Each session takes place at a different community growing site in the South West.

We strongly encourage you to attend as many of the four sessions as you can. You will need to book separately for each session that you wish to attend.

Session 1: Early days - The big idea

Where: Paddington Farm Trust, Glastonbury

When: Thursday June 30th 2016, 10am - 4pm


Programme for the day

  • Overview of the start-up or development “journey” and how it relates to your business plan.

  • Theory of change

  • Defining your mission and objectives.

  • Defining your products and services.

  • Defining and measuring your social impact.

Our venue for this session is Paddington Farm Trust, a charitable trust and social enterprise situated on 43 acres of organic farmland. In addition to being a working farm they provide educational avtivities, venue hire and play facilities as well as running a farm shop.

Lunch and a tour of the venue are included in the day.

Places are limited so book early to avoid disappointment. Please read our cancellation policy.

When
June 30th, 2016 10:00 AM   through   4:00 PM
Location
Paddington Farm Trust
Maidencroft Lane
Glastonbury
Somerset
BA6 8JN
United Kingdom

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