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Sir Kenneth Olisa News

The Prince of Wales appoints Sir Kenneth Aphunezi Olisa OBE to the PWCF Board

We are delighted to announce the appointment of Sir Kenneth Aphunezi Olisa OBE to the board. Sir Kenneth was appointed by The Prince of Wales at the Trustees meeting in December 2021. This appointment further strengthens the PWCF board, provide diverse skills and additional expertise required to deliver our mission.

The Large blue butterfly News

PWCF wins CPRE Gloucestershire Award for butterfly project

We have recently received recognition for our role in the reintroduction of the Large blue butterfly at Rodborough Common. As a key funder of the Royal Entomological Society's project, we are delighted to deliver our mission through this vital work and highlight our commitment to supporting and improving the environment. We are grateful to Campaign for the Protection of Rural England (CPRE) Gloucestershire for the award.

Prince's Countryside Fund News

Farm for the Future with the Prince's Countryside Fund

Farm for the Future is a new programme co-ordinated by the Prince's Countryside Fund which will help farm businesses in England to prepare for the upcoming agricultural policy changes. It involves a series of flexible and engaging workshops, online learning, signposting, one-to-one support, peer networking and learning delivered locally to groups of farmers.

The Prince of Wales speaking at the Great Yorkshire Show News

The Prince of Wales launches new ‘A-Zero’ farmers guide

The Prince’s Countryside Fund (PCF), a subsidiary of The Prince of Wales’s Charitable Fund (PWCF), is delighted to share the release of a new guide, designed to help farmers understand and talk about climate change.

The guide, ‘A-Zero: A farmer’s guide to breaking free from environmental jargon’ was launched on the 15th July at the Great Yorkshire Show by His Royal Highness in his role as patron of the Prince’s Countryside Fund.