In Conversation with Jake Fiennes

In Conversation with Jake Fiennes

Wednesday 27th July

6pm for a 6:30pm start, until 8:30

​£35, includes a copy of ‘Land Healer’ and a drink of Prosecco, Ghostship or Elderflower

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Our relationship with our land is broken: we must heal it.

Jake Fiennes, Holkham’s Head of Conservation, is paving the way with a revolutionary approach to land management, which has nurtured species diversity and risen crop yields across the Holkham National Nature Reserve and the wider estate.

This summer sees the release of his long-awaited book ‘Land Healer: How Farming Can Save Britain’s Countryside’, published by Ebury in June.

Join Jake as he is interviewed by Farming Today presenter, Anna Hill, for what is bound to be a passionate and inspiring evening, as we celebrate the launch of ‘Land Healer’ and hear about his motivations, ideas and optimism for the future of farming, biodiversity and conservation. There’s no need to take notes, you’ll get your very own copy of ‘Land Healer’ to take home.

The details

This event will take place in the Lady Elizabeth Wing in Holkham Park, access is step-free. If you have any particular access requirements, please contact visitor reception before the event by phone on 01328 713111 or email info@holkham.co.uk. Doors open at 6pm, for a 6.30pm start and the event will finish around 8.30pm. If arriving by car, use NR23 1RH in your satnav to take you to the north gates and complimentary parking will be available in Holkham Park. Walkers and cyclists can enter via the north, south, east and west gates - you’ll find the pedestrian gates to the side of the main gates will be open. The local bus service stops in Holkham village - see timetables at www.traveline.info. This event is not suitable for children. Dogs other than assistance dogs are not permitted.

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