Bayer Crop Science chooses It's The Agency for awards

Bayer Crop Science, the agricultural research company, has hired It's The Agency to run its annual Farming & Countryside Education (Face) Awards.

Bayer Crop Science chooses It's The Agency for awards
Bayer Crop Science chooses It's The Agency for awards

The 100-delegate awards ceremony, which takes place on 20 September at Clothworkers' Hall London, is run to recognise the achievements of Bayer and its clients in the agricultural sector in promoting farming to young people.
 
Face executive director Bill Graham OBE said: "Our vision is for every child in the UK to visit a farm during their school years to understand the fascinating world of food production here in the UK.
 
"Working with farmers to provide a great learning experience in a safe environment is what Face is all about. These awards seek to highlight the great work that is done by farmers up and down the country".
 
Clothworkers’ Hall can host up to 350 guests for a reception and 200 plus for dinner.
 
The Face Awards has been held at venue’s including Kensington Roof Gardens.

 

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