Charitable Trust focuses on leaders

Farmers Club Charitable Trust focuses on developing farming industry’s future leaders 

Visit the Farmers Club Charitable Trust page on our website to find out more.

Through the vision of the Farmers Club Charitable Trust, with very generous support from two major sponsors, 17 agriculturalists have participated in courses offered by the Windsor Leadership Trust over the past five years.

The WLT aims to provide inspirational programmes for leaders from all sectors of society, who have, or will have, the potential to shape the future of their own organisations, and society as a whole.

The Farmers Club Charitable Trust has helped expose leaders and emerging leaders from the farming sector to other leaders in society, including people from the clergy, military, health care, charities and commerce.

Club event

The 17 WLT farming graduates, with support from the Farmers Club Charitable Trust, are hosting an event open to agriculturalists interested in learning more about the WLT programme and leadership within the farming sector, at the Farmers Club on Monday 13 March, at 6.30pm for a 7pm start. Those interested in attending should email Nick Green or James Cross.

  • WLT participants: Andrew Brown, Alastair Butler, Adrian Cannon, Jane Craigie, Lyndon Edwards, Alex Godfrey, Nick Green, William Haire, Alan Laidlaw, Sarah-Jane Laing, Peter McDonald, Matthew Naylor, Emily Norton, Ian Pigott, Charmay Prout, Caroline Ratcliff and Ian Tremain.

 Visit the Farmers Club Charitable Trust page on our website to find out more.